The Unhappy Consciousness: The Poetic Plight of Samuel Beckett: An Inquiry at the Interseetion of Phenomenology and Literature [Book Review]

International Studies in Philosophy 17 (3):116-117 (1985)

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DOI 10.5840/intstudphil198517348
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