25 April 2013, 3.00pm-4.30pm · Birkbeck College, London
This seminar aims to bring together all students and researchers with an interest in the work of Beckett. The seminar undertakes close readings of Beckett’s work, and of texts related to it. There are also papers and reports on work in progress from members of the seminar and invited speakers.
Robert Kiely (Birkbeck College)
‚Beckett, Nordau, and Pathologized Mysticism.‘
Adam Winstanley (University of York)
‚“We have our faults, but ideas is not one of them“: Beckett, Max Nordau and Intertextual Sterility in “Echo’s Bones”.‘
School of English and Humanities
Keynes Library (114), Birkbeck College, 43 Gordon Square, WC1H 0PD
Public Event. All are welcome to attend.