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By Caselli, Daniela; Beckett, Samuel; Dante Alighieri

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O. S. ), Six Contemporary Novels (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1962), pp. D. thesis, Columbia University, 1972; Sighle Kennedy, ‘Beckett’s schoolboy copy’; Sebastian Neumeister, ‘Das allegorische Erbe. ), Materialen zu Samuel Becketts Der Verwaiser (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1990), pp. s. 4:2 (September 1995), 29–33, and ‘No stars without stripes: Beckett and Dante’, The Romanic Review, 87:4 (1996), 541–556; Knowlson, Damned to Fame; Francesca Del Moro, ‘“The Divine Florentine”: Dante nell’opera di Samuel Beckett’, dissertation (tesi di laurea), University of Pisa (Italy), 1996; John Pilling, ‘From a (W)horoscope to Murphy’, in John Pilling and Mary Bryden (eds), The Ideal Core of the Onion: Reading Beckett Archives (Reading: Beckett International Foundation, 1992), pp.

My gratitude goes to my mother, Maria Luisa Pustetto, and to my father, Fulvio Caselli, for their unfailing support and encouragement to do what I liked most and to stick to it. My sister, Silvia Caselli, has shared joys and anxieties to do with this book and with much else besides, helping me by showing me how integrity, energy, and lightheartedness can work together. I would also like to thank those friends whose input contributed to the making of this book in so many ways: Mara Zardini, Andrea Pappacena, Gabriele Troilo, Barbara De Rigo, Marisa Basile, Rezzonica Castelbarco, Alberto Ottieri, Peter Buse, Núria Triana-Toribio, Cathy Gelbin, Riccardo Capoferro, Paul Bavister, Laura Hubner, Kaye Mitchell, and Laura Salisbury.

13 Kristeva coins the term ‘intertextuality’ after Bakhtin. ), The Dialogic Imagination: Four essays by M. M. Bakhtin, trans. Caryl Emerson and Michael Holquist (Austin: University of Texas Press 1981), pp. 259–422. Intertextuality initially means in Kristeva that every text is a ‘mosaic of quotations’; it also indicates that it is a ‘way in which a text reads history and places itself in it’. Intertextuality is later rejected in favour of what she calls ‘transposition’, that is a ‘passage between one system of signs and another’.

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