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Beckett, Joyce and the art of the negative / edited by Colleen Jaurretche.

Publication:
Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2005.
Series:
European Joyce studies ; 16
Format/Description:
Book
246 p. ; 24 cm.
Subjects:
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Joyce, James, 1927- -- Criticism and interpretation.
Negativism in literature.
Contents:
Introduction / Colleen Jaurretche
Joyce's aesthetic of the double negative and his encounters with Homer's Odyssey / Keri Elizabeth Ames
"Nichtsnichtsundnichts": Beckett's and Joyce's transtextual undoings / Dirk Van Hulle
The unnamable: degenerative dialogue / Russell Kilbourn
Mingled flesh / Ulrika Maude
Beckett's purgatories / John L. Murphy
The uncanny in Beckett / Lois Oppenheim
Death sentences: silence, colonial memory and the voice of the dead in Dubliners / Nels Pearson
Something for nothing: Beckett's Dream of fair to middling women / John Pilling
Joyce's negative esthetics / Jean-Michel Rabaté
The Joyce of impossibilities / Fritz Senn
"Wanting in inanity": negativity, language and "God" in Beckett / Asja Szafraniec
From ideology of loss to aesthetics of absence: the endgame in Beckett's The lost ones / Yuan Yuan.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Jaurretche, Colleen.
ISBN:
9042016175 (hd.bd.)
OCLC:
61766627
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