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Samuel Beckett Manuscript And Doodles Go On Display

Posted at 7:08AM Monday 09 Jun 2014

The original handwritten manuscript of Samuel Beckett's first published novel is about to go on public display for the first time. But why did the Irish writer draw so many doodles?

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