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Beckett - Other
... Beckett Comics Beckett Media - A company focusing on the collectible industries, especially in the area of sports collectibles ...
Samuel Beckett Bridge
... Samuel Beckett Bridge (Irish Droichead Samuel Beckett) is a cable-stayed bridge in Dublin that joins Sir John Rogerson's Quay on the south side of the River Liffey to Guild Street and North Wall Quay in the Docklands ...
Stories And Texts For Nothing
... Stories and Texts for Nothing is a collection of stories by Samuel Beckett ... It gathers three of Beckett's short stories ("The Expelled," "The Calmative," and "The End", all written in 1946) and the thirteen short prose pieces he named "Texts for Nothing"(1950–1952) ... of these works are collected in the Grove Press edition of Beckett's complete short prose ...
Lustig-Prean And Beckett V United Kingdom
... Lustig-Prean and Beckett v United Kingdom (2000) 29 ECHR 548 is a UK labour law and European Convention on Human Rights case on sexual orientation discrimination ... The European Court of Human Rights combined judgments for Beckett, Grady, Lustig-Prean and Smith are regarded as pivotal in gay rights throughout the UK and Europe ...
Suzanne Dechevaux-Dumesnil
... (1900 – 17 July 1989) was the tennis partner, lover, and later wife of Samuel Beckett ... In the 1930s, Beckett, an avid tennis fan his whole life, chose Déchevaux-Dumesnil as his lover over the heiress Peggy Guggenheim ... Six years older than Beckett, Déchevaux-Dumesnil was an austere woman known for avant-garde tastes and left-wing politics ...

Famous quotes containing the word beckett:

    He moved with the shades of the dead and the dead-born and the unborn and the never-to-be-born, in a Limbo purged of desire.
    —Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)

    The pendulum oscillates between these two terms: Suffering—that opens a window on the real and is the main condition of the artistic experience, and Boredom ... that must be considered as the most tolerable because the most durable of human evils.
    —Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)

    I see ... a multitude ... in transport ... of joy.
    —Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)