This special issue of the Journal of Beckett Studies is devoted to Beckett's intensive relationship with German culture. It consists of two parts: on the one hand it assesses Beckett's attitude towards German literature, art and philosophy; on the other hand it highlights a few important instances in the reception of Beckett's work in Germany.
About the Author
Dirk van Hulle is Associate Professor of Literature in English at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. He is Co-Editor of the Journal of Beckett Studies (EUP).