Maggs deals Beckett

July 11, 2006 at 3:19 pm Leave a comment

Once again, I’m going to sing the praises of RSS. Without my RSS feeds, I probably wouldn’t know much about what was going on in the world. This morning’s feed brought in a notice that Maggs has just gotten involved in a huge sale of Samuel Beckett’s works. I only really picked up on this because I’m personally a fan of modern fiction and quite like Samuel Beckett’s plays.

Anyway, the story goes that a huge collection of Beckett titles are being sold by relatives of the late Alan Clodd. The autographed and inscribed collection is being put on the market at £250,000. The sale is being facilitated by Maggs. Nice going!

The article is covered in the Telegraph.

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