Studies in Dramatic Literature and Theater Arts
The article focuses on the early writings of Irish author Samuel Beckett, perhaps best known for his play "Waiting for Godot." As part of the Modernist literary movement, he produced poetry and prose, all in his signature absurdist style. At Trinity College, Dublin, he earned a degree in Italian and French. In 1928, he departed for Paris, France, where he befriended writers and artists, including James Joyce. His first short story collection, "More Pricks Than Kicks," was published in 1933. He spent much of the 1930s living and traveling throughout Europe. Abstract from Literary Reference Center.
Belanger, C. (2017). Samuel Beckett. Great Authors, (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/db-hu-315-spring2023/18