Beckett Remembering, Remembering Beckett: Uncollected Interviews With Samuel Beckett And Memories Of Those Who Knew Him
A collection of the notoriously private Beckett's reminiscences about his life and remembrances of Beckett fromthose who knew him.
(first published January 1st 2006)
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I have read James Knowlson's most excellent biography of Sam so I was unsure if this would simply be extracts from that great book. Great news its is not a regurgitation but an expansion and additions from different sources, further broadening our knowledge. There can never be too much material about this most unique of writers.
For as much wonderful material as this book contained, it's too bad it wasn't arranged better. For those interested in Beckett, I'd recommend Knowlson's earlier 800-page brick, Damned to Fame, which is less sentimental, better organized, and more erudite.