Exploring Beckett - Beckett Post War

25 March 2006 / 18:00
The Pit


Tickets:
£5 (£3 concs)

subject to availability
 sold out



A panel including philosopher Jonathan Rée, Dr Ken Gemes and co-translator of Alan Badiou's On Beckett, writer and researcher Nina Power will explore how the sense of senselessness forms part of post-war Zeitgeist and how far Beckett's existentialism is influenced by European thought of the time.
Chaired by Alastair Niven, Principal of Cumberland Lodge.
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Part of Beckett Centenary Festival
Part of bite06


Programmed in collaboration with Cumberland Lodge.









 

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