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Foirades/Fizzles, with etchings by Jasper Johns, ed. by Vera Lindsay (New York: Petersburg Press, 1976). [This edition contains only fizzles 4, 1, 6, 5, and 2 of the Grove Press arrangement.]
"Trial Proofs for Foirades/Fizzles," Foirades/Fizzles: Echo and Allusion in the Art of Jasper Johns (Los Angeles: The Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, University of California, Los Angeles, 1987), 235-310. [74 plates.]
Foirades/Fizzles, Whitney Museum of American Art catalogue, 11 October 20 November 1977. [Includes the texts "I gave up before birth" and "J'ai renonce avant de naitre."]
From an Abandoned Work, with ill.u.s.trations by Max Ernst (Stuttgart: Ma.n.u.s Presse, 1969). [A trilingual edition.]
Imagination Dead Imagine, with ill.u.s.trations by Sorel Etrog (London: John Calder [Publishers] Ltd., 1977).
L'Issue, with six original engravings by Avigdor Arikha (Paris: Les Editions Georges Visat, 1968). [A pa.s.sage from Le Depeupleur (The Lost Ones).]
The Lost Ones, with ill.u.s.trations by Charles Klabunde (Stamford, CT: New Overlook Press, 1984).
"The Lost Ones," ill.u.s.trated by Philippe Weisbecker, Evergreen Review, No. 96 (Spring 1973): 41-64. [See particularly "the north," p. 59, and compare below.]
The North, with etchings by Avigdor Arikha (London: Enitharmon Press, 1972). [Excerpt from The Lost Ones.]
Sejour, with engravings by Louis Maccard from the original drawings by Jean Deyrolle (Paris: G. R. [Georges Richar], 1970). [A pa.s.sage from Le Depeupleur (The Lost Ones). Engravings completed by Maccard when Deyrolle died in mid-project.]
Still, with etchings by William Hayter, ed. by Luigi M. Majno (Milan: M'Arte Edizione, 1974).
Stirrings Still, with ill.u.s.trations by Louis le Brocquy (New York: Blue Moon Books, 1988 and London: John Calder [Publishers] Ltd., 1988). [Collector's edition limited to 200 copies.]
Stirrings Still (New York: North Star Line, 1993). [Only trade edition with le Brocquy ill.u.s.trations.]
Stories and Texts for Nothing, with drawings by Avigdor Arikha (New York: Grove Press, 1967). [First American edition and second French edition (1958) include the Arikha ill.u.s.trations.]
SAMUEL BECKETT was born on April 13, 1906, in Foxrock, near Dublin, Ireland. In the late 1920s he went to Paris, where he began writing both prose and poetry. Until 1945 he wrote in English but thereafter began to write directly in French, and much of his major work was written in his adopted tongue. His translations of his own work into English are in themselves works of art. He was awarded the n.o.bel Prize for Literature in 1969, and his literary output, including plays, novels, stories, and poems, has earned him the reputation of being one of the most important writers of our time. He died in 1989.
About the Type.
This book was set in Centaur, a typeface designed by the American typographer Bruce Rogers in 1929. Centaur was a typeface that Rogers adapted from the fifteenth-century type of Nicholas Jenson and modified in 1948 for a cutting by the Monotype Corporation.