Andre Furlani is a Professor of English at Concordia University and the author of Beckett after Wittgenstein and Guy Davenport: Postmodern and After (both Northwestern UP). Forthcoming are Pilgrim’s Gress: The Beckett Walk (Cambridge UP) and Foot Prints: The Return of the Pedestrian in Contemporary Literature and Art (Bloomsbury). Recent essays on modern and contemporary literature have appeared in PMLA, Modernism/modernity, Philosophy and Literature, Essays in Criticism, Bréac, and Canadian Literature, as have chapters in The Oxford History of the Classical Reception in English Literature (Oxford UP), The Routledge Guide to Translation in the City (Routledge), and Speaking Memory: How Translation Shapes City Life (McGill-Queen’s UP).
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