In This Issue
- John Pilling: Editorial
- Samuel Beckett: One Evening
- Paul Lawley: 'Embers': an interpretation
- Anthony Jones: The French Murphy: from 'rare bird' to 'cancre'
- Ross Posnock: Beckett, Valery and 'Watt'
- Philip H. Solomon: Purgatory unpurged: time, space and language in 'Lessness'
- Katherine Kelly: The Orphic Mouth in 'Not I'
- Antoni Libera: Structure and pattern in 'That time'
- Janet Menzies: Beckett's bicycles
- Thomas J. Taylor: That again: a motif approach to the Beckett canon
- Lois Friedberg-Dobry: Four saints in two acts: a note on the Saints Macarius and the canonization of Gogo and Didi
- Clive Bush: Review article: An anarchy of new speech: notes on the American tradition of William Burroughs
- Clas Zilliacus: Beckett versus Brecht in Helsinki, 1979
- J.C.C. Mays: 'The Samuel Beckett manuscripts: a study' by Richard Admussen
- Melvin J. Friedman: Beckett and Joyce: friendship and fiction
- Enoch Brater: 'Yeats, Joyce and Beckett: new light on three modern Irish writers' edited by Kathleen McGrory and John Unterecker
- Tom Bishop: 'A student's guide to the plays of Samuel Beckett' by Beryl S. Fletcher, John Fletcher, Barry Smith and Walter Bachem; 'Happy days/Oh les beaux jours' edited by James Knowlson
- Margaret Davies: 'Dada and Surrealism reviewed' by Dawn Ades; 'Andre Breton and the first principles of Surrealism' by Franklin Rosemont; 'Selected Writings' by Andre Breton; 'seven Dada manifestoes' by Tristan Tzara; Collected French writings' by Jean Arp
- Barbara Brothers: 'Paycocks and others: Sean O'Casey's world' by Bernard Benstock
- David Bradby: 'The theatres of George Devine' by Irving Wardle
- Katherine Worth: 'Anger and detachment' by Micheal Anderson
- John Pilling: 'Night in Tunisia and other stories' by Neil Jordan; 'The ikon maker' by Desmond Hogan