We are delighted with this excellent book review for Beckett and Phenomenology (and all-round excellent piece of writing on Beckett and Philosophy) by Russell Smith in the Journal of Beckett Studies.
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We are thrilled to announce the publication of our new book Styles of Extinction: Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, edited by Julian Murphet and Mark Steven. The book brings together a superb set of critical essays to examine Cormac McCarthy’s esteemed post-apocalyptic novel, The Road. Editors Julian Murphet and Mark Steven open Styles of Extinction with…
Read More » Category: Contemporary Literature Literature and Philosophy Modernism Twentieth-Century Literature Tags: Alex Houen, Chris Danta, Cormac McCarthy, Julian Murphet, Mark Steven, Michael Zeitlin, Paul Patton, Paul Sheehan, post-apocalyptic novel, The Road, Walter Benjamin