Anakana Schofield – Author of Martin John and Malarky

Remarking

I note in Beckett’s Letters (Cambridge Univ Press) a remark by one Michael Roberts, an editor of poetry anthologies and an English writer, in a critique of Beckett’s Echo’s Bones sent to George Reavey

“Who is, or will be, his audience?” and later ” … what is the advantage of reading him?”

The answer, I can confirm, continues to have its own lengthy echo.

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