Contributions by Deborah Flanagan

Issue 11 | Summer 2012

Deliverance of Samuel Beckett

By | Poetry

I. Samuel Beckett is stabbed in the chest on a side street in Paris, by a notorious pimp named Prudent. A stranger finds him, gets help, visits him in the hospital. I can’t go on, I’ll go on, he murmurs, delirious. Soon after, he marries the stranger. The sun shone, having no alternative. II. Beckett …