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5.0 out of 5 stars On agno-atheism, 28 Jan 2014
This review is from: The Theology of Samuel Beckett (Paperback)
Having read Calder's 'The Philosophy of Samuel Beckett' I was intrigued to see this follow-up. Calder knew Beckett extremely well and that familiarity is reflected in this knowledgeable book. He gets at Beckett's 'agno-atheism' very subtly, illustrating his theme with many references to Beckett's works and life, and to various religious themes. Many, however determinedly freethinking, are attached to childhood and cultural religious metaphors: we are only human. Recommended not only for Beckett scholars and fans but for all who are interested in exploring the nuances of nihilism, atheism and stoicism.
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The Theology of Samuel Beckett by John Calder (Paperback - 24 Aug 2012)
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