Samuel Beckett, W.B. Yeats, and Jack Yeats: images and words

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Bucknell University Press, 1990 - Art - 268 pages
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In contrast to the many critics who consider W. B. Yeats a dominant influence on Beckett's drama, this study demonstrates that the two are almost diametrically opposed in their theater and that the real bridge to Beckett's art is to be found in the narrative and pictorial creations of the younger Yeats brother, Jack.

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