10€ IRLANDE 2006

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The:Samuel Beckett

 

Son of an easy Protestant family, Samuel Beckett passes his youth in Dublin. But it's in Paris - where he meets James Joyce and avant-garde artists - he lives mostly. After his father died, he wrote his first text, 'Murphy'. During the war, he joined the Resistance and joins the Vaucluse where he writes his second novel, 'Watt', and invents the figure of the 'clochard' that we find constantly. He then returned to Paris where he writes novels, 'Premier amour', 'Molloy'... and plays, 'Eleuthera'... It was in 1953, during a performance of his play 'In waiting for Godot', to acquire his world fame. Samuel Beckett dedicates the continuation of his career in short texts, the translation of his texts and the staging of his pieces. If he writes in French, it is to limit the use of the language. His work, austere as an inner monologue, expresses the impossibility of living knowing the enditude of existence.

 

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Weight: 28,28 g

Dimensions: 38.61 mm

Shooting: 40,000

Metal: Silver 925/1000

Quality: Beautiful Test

Facial Value: 10 €

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