More |n|otabilia 0523 ⁂ Samuel Beckett

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Thursday, March 21, 201: |n|otabilia 0523 ⁂ Samuel Beckett

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Nothing remained but to see what he wanted to see. Any fool can turn the blind eye, but who knows what the ostrich sees in the sand?

—Samuel Beckett
—found in Murphy (1938)

The crazy chess game from Samuel Beckett’s Murphy


The crazy chess game from Samuel Beckett’s Murphy

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