What lies beneath Samuel Beckett's half-buried woman in Happy Days? It is one of Beckett's most famous – and most startling – images. But what inspired the half-buried woman in Happy Days? His friend and biographer James Knowlson tracks down the first Winnies.
Happy Days Beckett Festival Arrives in Northern Ireland
Happy Days Beckett Festival Arrives in Northern Ireland - The debut of the Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival ended on Monday, pointing up the connections — linguistic, scenic, emotional, even sporting — between this famously private writer and his native Ireland. (He was born near Dublin into an upper-middle-class Protestant family in 1906.)
To have been always what I am. And so changed from what I was. - Winnie in 'Happy Days' by Samuel Beckett #SamuelBeckett #quotes #theatre
Samuel Beckett, Happy Days
Play: Happy Days, Samuel Beckett, Set: Robert Wilson
Samuel Beckett, HAPPY DAYS (Act I), Billie Whitelaw, directed by Beckett...