dali48 and writing books and photographing etc...
16.10.2008 - Interpretation of dali48
Beckett's wife died in 1989 - The author had moved just previously to a small nursing home, after falling in his apartment - Beckett lived in a barely furnished room, receiving visitors, writing until the end - Beckett died, following respiratory problems, in a hospital on Dec. 22, 1989 - It rumored that Beckett gave much of the Nobel prize money to needy artists... (from P.A.C.)
When asked what he found valuable in life, he responded, "Precious little." ... Quote: "I must be happy," he said, "it is less pleasant than I should have thought." - Malone Dies (Little Blue Light)
He made his final breakthrough as a novelist with the novel Desert (1980, "Wüste" 1989), for which he was crowned by the French Academy. The work contains magnificent images of a lost culture in the North African desert which are in contrast to a depiction of Europe from the point of view of unwanted immigrants - The main figure, the Algerian guest worker Lalla, is a utopian counterpoint to the ugliness and brutality of European society... ( J.-M. Gustave le Clezio, Nobel Pr. In Lit. 2008)
"The question is not whether poor people are creditworthy (see eg basic income etc. - d.48), but whether the banks are decent" - said the Nobel Peace Prize laureate... (M. Yunus, 3sat, 17.10.08)
Annex2 to the blogs of dali48
09/22/2011 - Interview with Author dali48 on Google +