This is a collection of essays by Beckett, the poet of the post-structuralist age in which he is shown to have created an imaginative universe that has already taken into account so much of the new thinkng. The editors reveal how his continuing flow of enigmatic texts, together with his earlier work, present the reader with a challenge that only the most recent developments of critical method have come close to meeting. Lance St John Butler also wrote "Thomas Hardy", "Samuel Beckett", "The Meaning of Being"and "Studying Thomas Hardy". Together Lance St John Butler and Robin J.Davis have edited "Make Sense Who May: Essays on Samuel Beckett's Later Plays".
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Do we take Beckett seriously enough? This study starts from the assumption that we do not, and that this arises from an unwillingness to face up to the central philosophical issues implicit in his work. By associating Samuel Beckett with the philosophy of Heidegger, Sartre, and more experimentally, Hegel, this study attempts to illuminate Beckett with the help of these philosophers, on the assumption that his work offers objective correlatives of their central insights.
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