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and in : A 'note' Upon the Beckett-Schneider 'correspondence'

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The status of Berkeley's thesis () is open to interpretation in Beckett's , because the perceptions of the spectator must be taken into account when determining the relation between the film and the written notes. The delay which prevents Beckett from sending the completed notes to Schneider until the final edit of the film, has the effect of retrospectively constructing the literary intention behind the film. An excavation of the Beckett-Schneider correspondence reveals that a working version of the script titled 'The Eye' is erased by the final version of the 'script'.

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