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Negative Allegory: Buning on Allegory and the

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This essay will discuss two areas of interest developed by Marius Buning that point towards doorways within Beckett studies: the idea of allegory, and the idea of the . It will consider how these two ideas might be thought to interrelate and open new insights in the field.

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2010-02-01
2018-10-16

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