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DEAR MR. BECKETT
Letters From The Publisher
The Samuel Beckett File: Correspondence, Interviews, Photos
By BARNEY ROSSET
The Saint Francis Fables
Written and Illustrated by
Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature
Translated by Mario Pirovano
Preface by PAUL AUSTER
Introduction by LOIS OPPENHEIM
Foreword by EDWARD BECKETT
Curated by ASTRID MYERS ROSSET
Through letters, contracts, photos, interviews, speeches, reviews and memorabilia--most of which has never before been made public--a rare personal and professional friendship unfolds between these two oddly shy daredevils; through their embrace, they shifted and turned the tide of literature in America.
These are fables to spark the imagination, challenge the conscience, and delight the soul. Greed and corruption are Fo’s irreverent subjects for this satirical Fellini-esque provocation. Fo convenes courtiers, popes, cardinals, generals, peasants and one man who despite his own earthly appetites and desires becomes a saint.