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Borderless Beckett Beckett sans frontières Tokyo 2006 Edited by / Édité par Minako Okamuro Naoya Mori Bruno Clément Sjef Houppermans Angela Moorjani Anthony Uhlmann

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Introduction
pp. 15-18(4)

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EIGHT WAYS OF LOOKING AT SAMUEL BECKETT
pp. 19-31(13)
Author: Coetzee, J. M.

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À LA LIMITE…: lecture de Cette fois de Samuel Beckett
pp. 51-66(16)
Author: Grossman, Evelyne

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ILL SEEN ILL SAID AND THE JAPANESE SPATIAL CONCEPT MA
pp. 67-74(8)
Author: Kondo, Masaki

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WATT'S WAYS: Addenda, Borders and Courses
pp. 75-85(11)
Author: Dowd, Garin

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"MAIS QUELLE EST CETTE VOIX?"
pp. 89-101(13)
Author: Clément, Bruno

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IMAGE AND DISPOSITION IN BECKETT'S LATE PLAYS
pp. 103-112(10)
Author: Uhlmann, Anthony

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BECKETT, BÖLL, AND CLOWNS
pp. 157-171(15)
Author: Bryden, Mary

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FROM DADA TO DIDI: Beckett and the Art of His Century
pp. 173-186(14)
Author: Brater, Enoch

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BECOMING STONE: A Leibnizian Reading of Beckett's Fiction
pp. 201-210(10)
Author: Mori, Naoya

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NOT RIGHTLY HUMAN: Beckett and Animality
pp. 211-221(11)
Author: Weller, Shane

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Impressions of Tokyo
pp. 235-256(22)
Author: Houppermans, Sjef

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BUT THE CLOUDS… AND A YEATSIAN PHANTASMAGORIA
pp. 259-268(10)
Author: Okamuro, Minako

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"HINT OF JUGULAR AND CORDS": Beckett and Modern Medicine
pp. 281-291(11)
Author: Maude, Ulrika

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FUN DE PARTIE: Puns and Paradigms in Endgame
pp. 315-325(11)
Author: Ackerley, Chris

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"WHAT KIND OF NAME IS THAT?": Samuel Beckett's Strategy of Naming
pp. 327-337(11)
Author: Kawashima, Takeshi

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BEARING WITNESS IN HOW IT IS
pp. 351-360(10)
Author: Smith, Russell

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BECKETT'S LEGACY IN THE WORK OF J. M. COETZEE
pp. 361-370(10)
Author: Tajiri, Yoshiki

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NOT I IN AN IRISH CONTEXT
pp. 371-379(9)
Author: Sakauchi, Futoshi

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WRITING SILENCE: Samuel Beckett's Early Mimes
pp. 393-402(10)
Author: Naito, Jonathan Tadashi

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ACTES SANS PAROLES, PAROLES SANS SCÈNE
pp. 403-413(11)
Author: Ôno, Manako

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AN END TO ENDINGS: Samuel Beckett's End Game(s)
pp. 419-429(11)
Author: Gontarski, S. E.

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PLAYING WITH DEATH IN MALONE DIES
pp. 431-439(9)
Author: Campbell, Julie

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UNE MISE AU TOMBEAU: la terre beckettienne dans Oh les beaux jours
pp. 441-449(9)
Author: Bruneau-Suhas, Régine

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