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“Foirade [‘Il est tête nue’]” (“He is bareheaded”) in Minuit, No. 1, November 1972. One of 50 numbered copies on vélin Arches.

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“Foirades II et III [‘J’ai renoncé avant de naître’ and ‘Horn venait la nuit’]” (“I gave up before birth” and “Horn came always”), in Minuit, No. 2, January 1973. One of 50 numbered copies on vélin Arches.

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“Foirades IV et V [‘Vieille terre, assez menti, je l’ai vue’ and ‘Se voir’]” (“Old earth” and “Closed place”) in Minuit, No. 4, May 1973. One of 50 numbered copies on vélin Arches.

 

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Still, with original etchings by Stanley William Hayter (Milano: M’Arte Edizioni, 1974). One of 30 numbered copies on handmade paper with two states of the etchings, one in black, the other in color.

The total edition was limited to 160 copies, printed in Garamond by Stefanoni on a rag paper specially made for this edition.

 

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Immobile, translated from the English by the author (Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1976). One of 1125 numbered copies on vélin Arches.

This is Beckett’s translation into French of Still.

 

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First edition of Pour finir encore (Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1976). One of 125 numbered copies on vélin Arches.

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