Samuel Beckett’s last novella, written after he had decided to write no more, was the result of his American publisher – who had lost his firm – requesting one more text. Semi-autobiographical, it describes a housebound author, who in his mind travels outside his room to another life. An actor from the Godot Company reads this nostalgic, beautiful text, with its echoes of approaching oblivion.
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