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Apocalyptic Moderns

Beckett and Lawrence

Gregory Byala

apart,” may have been motivated by Joyce’s disdain for Lawrence. In a letter to Harriet Shaw Weaver, dated December 1931, Joyce writes as follows: “I also received a letter from a man in England who has nearly completed a long study and exegesis of this work [i.e. Lady Chatterley’s Lover ] and has

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Young-woong Lim’s Waiting for Godot

Its Place in Korean Theatre History

Rina Kim

teach “the principle of self-determination and the freedom of man” (Brandon, 184–185). In his article “Our Nationalist Movement in the Theatre World” (1927), Hyun claims that “by presenting a condensed and refined life” of Korean people via theatre we can empower people and cultivate individuals

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Dirk Van Hulle and Pim Verhulst

to Franzen. Often, Franzen’s suggestions are changed into a more literal translation, for instance “la longue sonate des cadavres” (Franzen’s suggestion: “eine lange Leichenparade”) becomes “die lange Sonate der Leichen” in Beckett’s list of comments (25). Other changes are motivated on grounds of

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Heather Ingman

significant feature of her early life. There was silence over her father’s nervous breakdown and incarceration in a mental hospital, experienced by the seven-year-old Bowen as “the tensions and mystery of my father’s illness, the apprehensive silences or chaotic shoutings” (“Pictures and Conversations:” 270

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Lucie Boukalova

). Only this strategy of impressionist badinage and inclusion can produce alife-like” and “animated” text which can “convey a profoundly significant lesson… of humanity” (280). For Ford, the panorama of the modern ethical and emotional fragmentation would not have been complete without the intriguingly

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Edited by Robert Sullivan and Arthur E. Walzer

for Henry, whose politics are, like hers, tending toward accommodation. These interpretations of Defence (both Jordan and Jansen’s and Walker’s) have some support in the record. Jordan and Jansen’s claim that Elyot was living a “double life,” first made by Alistair Fox, 33 is based on two

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Gabrielle Moyer

grammar and double entendre, verbal repetition and still life, grinds the fantasy of storytelling to a halt. Or in Joyce’s Finnegans Wake and Beckett’s Trilogy , how an attention to character development is displaced by attention to the word, as it constructs and deconstructs a character, a place, a

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Edited by Robert Sullivan and Arthur E. Walzer

a teacher, specifically as “mayster to Traiane, moost virtuous & noble of all Emperours.” 29 By 1531, Elyot’s vocation seemed fully formed: a lifetime of scholarship informed and motivated by a commitment to the public good through counseling the court. He found in this scholarship

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Martin Potter

is working for or among, and embodying it in the form of a poem. This is a historical process, Jones argues, quoting Nennius; “I have made a heap of all that I could find.” 4 Jones wrote throughout his life that the embodying of the culture of a given group is an act of anamnesis, in a sense

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Mariangela Palladino

being, of the individual posited as consciousness and movement … next to the organ of speech, it is the hand most of all by which a man manifests and actualizes himself. It is the living artificer of his fortune. We may say of the hand that it is what a man does , for in it, as the active organ of