Elizabeth Barry is an Associate Professor in English at the University of Warwick. She has published widely on Beckett’s work, including a monograph, Beckett and Authority: The Uses of Cliché (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006), and she edited a special issue of the Journal of Beckett Studies (‘Beckett, Language and the Mind’) in 2008. Her current work is on the links between modernist literature and theatre, psychopathology and ageing, and she was recently awarded a UK Arts and Humanities Research Council Exploratory Award for a project entitled ‘Beckett and Brain Science’. She is editing a special issue of Journal of Medical Humanities on Beckett and the brain, and writing a monograph on modernism and ageing.




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