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Beckett in black and whiteface
S. E. Gontarski

protest. One that permits the development of playwrights and actors, one that permits the growth and self-knowledge of a Negro audience, one that supplements the current struggle for freedom. (Dent et al., 1969 : 3–4) Such an aesthetic refocusing would feed into, complement and finally merge with the broader Black is Beautiful movement of the 1960s that reinvoked some of the Pan-African spirit earlier in the century called ‘Negritude’ and questioned the broadly

in Beckett’s afterlives