I want to buy Beckett's "The Trilogy," but I'm not sure whether I should buy the compendium or each novel separately. I'll definitely save money buying the single volume but I'm not sure of the edition's quality, and carrying around and reading three books in-one seems clunky to me.
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I bought the compendium myself from Amazon, partially because it saved me more money than buying each book separately, but you seem less certain about this than I am. For you, I'd suggest only buying the book in the trilogy that you most want to read, and then if you read and like that you can buy the other books in the trilogy. This way, you save money if you end up not wanting to read the rest of the trilogy. I've seen mixed responses towards Beckett's novels so you may not even like them all.
I'm interested in all of them, is the compendium comfortable to read? Is it printed well? I won't be sorry buying all it so long as the edition is good. It costs less than a single copy of Molloy.
stop pretending that you know ancient greek you pseud.