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The compilers would also like to thank Lois More Overbeck, Director of the Beckett Papers Program at Emory University and Alan Friedman, Arthur J. Thaman and Whilhelmina Doré Thaman Endowed Professor of English at The University of Texas at Austin who served as academic advisors; David Sutton at The University of Reading Libraries, UK; and Linda Ashton, emerita Associate Curator of French Collections at the Ransom Center.
All Samuel Beckett texts on this site are under copyright and may not be reproduced without the permission of his Estate. They are included here courtesy of the Samuel Beckett Estate.
Audio clips are provided courtesy of Irish Public Radio (RTÉ) from the boxed set of CDs featuring actor Barry McGovern reading Beckett's novels Molloy (The Olympia Press, 1955), Malone Dies (Grove Press, 1956) and The Unnamable (Grove Press, 1956). ©2006. Used with permission, all rights reserved.
Plot summary and review excerpts from: Samuel Beckett: The Critical Heritage, edited by Lawrence Graver and Raymond Federman, ©1979. Reproduced by permission of Taylor & Francis Books UK.
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