The Samuel Beckett Endpage

...this place, if I could describe this
place, portray it, I've tried, I feel no
place, no place around me, there's no
end to me, I don't know what it is, it
isn't flesh, it doesn't end, it's like air...

The Unnamable

 Eh Joe.jpg
("Eh Joe" by Charles Winecoff ; selected for publication in the Edinburgh International Festival's 2013 brochure and web site)
 

 

...they'll be there saying the same thing till they die, then perhaps a little silence, till the next gang arrives on the site, I alone am immortal...

The Unnamable

Begun 26 November 1996,  The Samuel Beckett Endpage is intended as a multiple resource site for all those interested in the life and works of Samuel Beckett.

The site was designed by Porter Abbott and Benjamin Strong of the English Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara. We gratefully acknowledge the support of UCSB's Interdisciplinary Humanities Center. Our thanks to Ben for his early work in getting the site started, to Zia Isola for her help in 1998, and to Rob Adlington for the face-lift in March 2001.    

Since March 2005 the Endpage is hosted by the University of Antwerp.

The Endpage welcomes all comments, announcements, and suggestions. Please send them to: dirk.vanhulle@ua.ac.be