A superb post, over at This Space, from Steve last night, in which he discusses Wallace Stevens and ends quoting Beckett (from a 1960 letter to an Israeli writer): "there is nothing more exciting for the writer, or richer in unexploited expressive possibilities, than the failure to express."

And there is a nice Beckett post, from Dan, over at The Reading Experience, entitled Making Me Say More Than I Want to Say, discussing "Beckett's disdain for elaborate readings of his work."

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