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m, a poetic reading on the text between Beckett’s L’Innomable and The Unnamable

This book blog post is not about Beckett at all… The inimitable Lily Robert-Foley, best friend extraordinaire, wrote a book, m, that, while a text in and of itself, is more of a transmission: the revelation of, or commentary on … Continue reading

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