Journal of Beckett Studies

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Journal of Beckett Studies  
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Discipline Literature
Language English
Publication details
Publisher Edinburgh University Press
Publication history 1976-present
Frequency Twice-yearly
ISSN 0309-5207 (print)
1759-7811 (web)

The Journal of Beckett Studies publishes academic articles relating to the work of Samuel Beckett, (1906–1989), the Irish poet, dramatist and playwright. Published twice yearly by Edinburgh University Press in April and September, it was established in 1976, under the editorship of John Pilling and James Knowlson. It was edited from 1989 by Stan Gontarski and is now edited by Anthony Uhlmann (University of Western Sydney).[1] Each issue contains an introduction, essays or notes, review essays and reviews of books and performances. The journal alternates between themed issues overseen by guest editors, and general issues.


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