miercuri, 24 martie 2010


"It's of Beckett's somewhat farcical last day in New York, however, that Rosset has the fondest memories; having planned to drive their guest to the airport, he and his wife overslept on that morning and woke to find Beckett asleep against their bedroom door; his bags packed, his overcoat on, he had been too polite to wake them. His plane was gone, so they spent the day at the World's Fair in Queens - and promptly lost Beckett, only to find him on a bench in the midst of the crowds, once more asleep and once more in the heavy overcoat."
Belinda McKeo, 'Beckett and Buster Keaton in New York'
Beckett Centenary [2006], The Irish Times

2 comentarii:

leo spunea...

oh... my... god!
that man was a (sleeping) angel :)


EgoN spunea...