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A plot begins when somebody has something to hide.
We think we’re living in the present, but we’re really living in the past.
Throughout the 1960s and 1970s devoted Beckett readers greeted each successively shorter
If I was asked to say what was the greatest invention of
How flat all sounds are at the seaside, flat and yet emphatic,
I had never liked, even feared a little, this wild reach of
The first thought that occurred to me, that night when I heard
When I finish a sentence, after much labor, it’s finished. A certain
I’m full of self-doubt. I doubt everything I do. Everything I do is a failure.
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