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Samuel Beckett
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Birth Name: Samuel Barclay Beckett

Born: 13 April 1906 Died: 22 December 1989

Country of origin: Ireland


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Caricatures by Patrick Strogulski *updated 2014* (85 items)
list by Aira
Published 4 years ago 39 comments
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Nobel Prize in Literature (111 items)
list by coroner
Published 6 years, 4 months ago 1 comment
44 votes
Sexy Authors (15 items)
list by Gab
Published 2 years, 10 months ago 6 comments
17 votes
Brilliant Authors (33 items)
list by Robson
Published 4 years, 4 months ago 1 comment
10 votes
In Memoriam (586 items)
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Published 2 years ago 2 comments

Books

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8.8
9 want this
4. Malone Dies (1997)
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8.5
7 own
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6.4
4 own



Movies written by

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1. Film (1965)
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7.7
23 Watched
2. Play (2001)
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7.7
9 want to see
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7.1
9 Watched
4. Not I (2000)
Rating:
6.5
3 Watched
5. Not I (1973)
Rating:
8.7
4 Watched



TV written by

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1. Endgame (2000)
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7
3 Watched
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9.3
3 Watched
3. Ohio Impromptu (2000)
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7
2 Watched
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7
2 Watched
5. Happy Days (2000)
Rating:
8
1 want to see



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Sexy Authors (15 person items)

" Oh, come on, he is cute. He looks like Harry Potter a bit."


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Letters to dead authors (62 person items)
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Brilliant Authors (33 person items)
coroner added this to a list 6 years, 4 months ago
Nobel Prize in Literature (111 person items)

"1969 Motivation: "for his writing, which - in new forms for the novel and drama - in the destitution of modern man acquires its elevation""