Samuel Beckett: Ireland’s Modest Nobel Prize Winner in Literature

Samuel Beckett:  Ireland’s Modest Nobel Prize Winner in Literature

Terence Killeen, journalist, author and Joycean will give an overview of Samuel Beckett’s life, influences, and some of his major works.

In the 1920’s, an aspiring literary genius attended school at Portora Royal School in Enniskillen and afterwards, Trinity from 1923 until 1927. He went on to become an internationally renowned playwright, author and poet. He was none other than Samuel Beckett. This talk by Terence Killeen, will give us an insight into the man, his life, and his work. South Dublin libraries are running a Beckett series, to follow this talk, in the Autumn.

  • Venue: Online
  • Time: Wed 13 Oct, 7pm - 8pm
  • Price: Free, booking required