- Title Pages
- Introduction: In the Same Breath − From the Black Box to the White Cube and Beyond
1Deeptime: Breath and the Look of Non-Art
2The Durational Turn: Absorption and the Specificity of Temporality
3Shortness of Breath: Beckett’s Breath in Context
4Emptied of Theatre: Breath and the Phenomenology of Disembodiment
5Waste of Breath: The Readymade as a Stage Set
6Intermedial Breath: Defying the Boundaries between Displaying and Staging
7Investigating the Materiality of Respiration in Different Media
- Conclusion: The Afterlives of Breath: Breathe – Breathe Again … Breathe Better
- Beckett's Breath
- Edinburgh University Press
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