Monthly Archives: January 2013

References to Weeping in Samuel Beckett’s The Unnamable

The Unnamable is full of references to eyes: eyes opening and shutting, eyes with or without eyelids, disembodied eyes, eyes that can’t see, eyes that can’t help but see, and most of all, eyes that weep copiously and without ceasing. … Continue reading

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A Book from My Library: Minimalism by Kenneth Baker

Why in the Lord’s name would I want to cover a dust jacket with stickers—why, especially, a book on Minimalism?

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Albert Schearl in Henry Roth’s Call It Sleep

David never said anything to anyone of what he had discovered, not even to his mother – it was all too terrifying, too unreal to share with someone else. He brooded about it till it entered his sleep, till he … Continue reading

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