Disjecta: This week's links

Paula Rego, 'The Policeman's Daughter', 1987


Paul Celan: On Celan's correspondence with Ingeborg Bachmann
Bret Easton Ellis: Mark Lawson reviews Less Than Zero sequel, Imperial Bedrooms
Samuel Beckett Summer School 2011
Samuel Beckett: Excerpt from Mercier and Camier
Samuel Beckett: French World Cup coach Raymond Domenech is a Beckett fan
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the creeping man
Shakespeare & Co.: A collection of links
Joyce Carol Oates: On trauma and adolescence
F. Scott Fitzgerald: Obituary from 1940
William Faukner: Signed collection sold at auction
Lee Rourke: Interview discussing the release of his debut novel, The Canal
Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Moscow murals deemed 'depressing' and 'inappropriate'
William S. Burroughs: Burroughs executor James Grauerholz discusses the life and work
Will Self: On the growing gap between what is written and what is read
Françoise Sagan: A brief biography
The Critical Sphere: A new literary blog


Arthur Schopenhauer: A Guide for the Perplexed
Jean-Paul Sartre: A brief biography


Shakespeare in Cardiff
Shakespearian Summer


Patti Smith: Joseph Connor on the American poet and singer

Film & Television:

Larry David: The Guardian interviews Larry David on Woody Allen's Whatever Works
Jean-Luc Godard: Jason Solomons on the 50th anniversary of Breathless
David Lynch and Werner Herzog: Jeremy Kay on the collaboration, My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?
David Lynch: Peter Wild on the cancellation of popular television shows, such as Twin Peaks
David Lynch: On detectives
Samuel Beckett: Alan Schneider on Samuel Beckett's Film


Caravaggio: A life sacred and profane
Tetsuya Ishida: Kafkaesque paintings
Paula Rego: Germaine Greer on artists made dames

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