Privilege Nostalgia: Reading Beckett During Brexit
What does the central role of literary disinheritance in Beckett's work teach us about those who voted for Brexit?...
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Eva Kenny is a writer based in Dublin, Ireland. In 2018 she completed her PhD in Comparative Literature at Princeton University. She is currently at work on a first book of essays and the manuscript of a scholarly monograph, “Samuel Beckett and the Arts of Dispossession,” on Beckett's reception amongst minimal and conceptual artists in New York in the late 1960s and 1970s. She has published widely on the art and culture of postwar Europe and the United States.