Wednesday, March 07, 2012

The Ohio (Impromptu) Really On My Mind This Post-Super Tuesday

“It is the first Beckett play to present a Doppelgänger on stage, another Beckett pair, but this time seen as mirror images; it belongs to Beckett’s ghost period, where phantoms that echo the haunting quality of memory and nostalgia in his work are seen or described on stage.”

Calder, J., Review: Three Beckett Plays at the Harold Clurman Theatre, New York, 1983. Journal of Beckett Studies, Nos 11 and 12, December 1989


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