Amanda Dennis is a writer and academic based in Paris. Her writing has appeared in the Journal of Modern Literature and the Journal of Beckett Studies (among other places), and she is working on a book about Beckett and French phenomenology. She holds a PhD from Berkeley and an MPhil in European Literature and Culture from Cambridge. She also has an MFA in fiction from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.
Life Writing: Samuel Beckett’s Literature of Disorder
Amanda Dennis cracks open “Samuel Beckett Is Closed” by Michael Coffey....