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Beckett, Samuel Barclay

Born: 1906 AD
Died: 1989 AD
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1906 – Born on the 13th of April in Foxrock, Dublin, Ireland.

         – Studied High School at Portora Royal School.

1923-1927 – He graduated in Trinity College Dublin.

1928 – He served as teacher in Reader, École Normale Supérieure, Paris.

1929 – Beckett published his first work, a critical essay entitled Dante, Bruno, Vico, Joyce.

1930 – He became teacher, Lecturer in French, Trinity College Dublin.

         – Wrote the Whoroscope.

         – More Pricks Than Kicks.

         – Echo’s Bones.

         – Murphy.

         – Watt.

         – Stories and Texts for Nothing.

1952 – Wrote plays Waiting for Godot.

1957 – Endgame.

1959 – Embers.

1960 – Happy Days.

1961 – He married Suzanne Dechevaux-Dumesnil.

1969 – Won the Nobel Prize for Literature.

1989 – Died on the 22nd of December in Paris France, because of Respiratory failure.