ThesisO'Neil, JenniferIn the 1950's and later, Samuel Beckett was characterized by some critics as a perpetrator of the Nouveau Roman, or New Novel. This does not happen today. The purpose of this study is to decipher the reasons why this claim was made. Was Beckett truly . . .
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