Samuel Beckett Letters win MLA Award

Modern Language Association celebrates first volume of Beckett's correspondence
The American University of Paris is reporting that the first volume of Samuel Beckett's Letters, spanning the years 1929-1940, is to win a Modern Language Association (MLA) award: 'This is the most prestigious current academic prize for an edition of letters. Huge congratulations to our own Dan Gunn, of course, but also to the 50+ AUP students who have worked with him on the letters over the years (all of whom are acknowledged in the first or second volumes).' [Read More]

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