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  1. Betrayal by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-07
  2. Complete Works, Vol. 2 by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-21
  3. Complete Works, Vol. 1 by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-18
  4. Complete Works, Vol. 3 by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-13
  5. The Essential Pinter: Selections from the Work of Harold Pinter by Harold Pinter, 2006-10-13
  6. The Homecoming by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-11
  7. Harold Pinter by Michael Billington, 2008-04
  8. The Birthday Party & The Room by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-20
  9. Other Places: Three Plays: A Kind of Alaska; Victoria Station; Family Voices (Pinter, Harold) by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-21
  10. Ashes to Ashes by Harold Pinter, 1997-03-14
  11. Moonlight. by Harold Pinter, 1995-10
  12. No Man's Land by Harold Pinter, 2001-11-19
  13. The Caretaker and the Dumb Waiter (Pinter, Harold) by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-18
  14. Old Times (Pinter, Harold) by Harold Pinter, 1994-01-13

1. Harold Pinter (1930- ) British Writer.
(1930 ) British writer. Harold Pinter is one of the most famous modern British playwrights, known for The Room, The Birthday Party, The Dumb Waiter, The Caretaker, and The
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  • (1930- ) British writer. Harold Pinter is one of the most famous modern British playwrights, known for "The Room," "The Birthday Party," "The Dumb Waiter," "The Caretaker," and "The Homecoming." Pinter received the 2005 Nobel Prize in Literature for his plays, which uncover "the precipice under everyday prattle" and force "entry into oppression's closed rooms."
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    2. Essay On Pinter Harold
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    3. Harold Pinter
    Information on Harold Pinter, author of The Birthday Parter, The Dumb Waiter, and Old Times.
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  • Information on Harold Pinter, author of "The Birthday Parter," "The Dumb Waiter," and "Old Times."
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    Explore the best of Harold Pinter's plays, briefly analyzing the themes and characters within Pinter's unique dramas: "The Birthday Party," "The Homecoming," "The Dumbwaiter," and "Old Times"
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    5. Harold Pinter - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Harold Pinter, CH, CBE (10 October 1930 – 24 December 2008), was an English playwright, screenwriter, actor, theatre director, left wing political activist and poet.
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Pinter" redirects here. For other uses, see Pinter (disambiguation) Harold Pinter
    Pinter at the British Library in 2004 Born 10 October 1930
    , east London , England Died 24 December 2008
    , England Occupation Playwright, screenwriter, actor, theatre director, poet Nationality British Period Notable award(s) David Cohen Prize
    Laurence Olivier Award

    Companion of Honour

    Nobel Prize in Literature
    Légion d'honneur
    Spouse(s) Vivien Merchant
    Antonia Fraser
    Children One son with Merchant,
    six stepchildren with Fraser Influences Samuel Beckett T. S. Eliot Ernest Hemingway James Joyce ... cinema of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s; Surrealism Influenced Jez Butterworth Caryl Churchill David Mamet Sam Shepard ... Literature portal Harold Pinter CH CBE (10 October 1930 – 24 December 2008), was an English playwright, screenwriter, actor, theatre director, left wing political activist and poet. He was among the most influential British playwrights of modern times. In 2005, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature Pinter's writing career spanned over 50 years and produced 29 original stage plays, 27 screenplays, many dramatic sketches, radio and TV plays, poetry, one novel, short fiction, essays, speeches, and letters. His best-known plays include

    6. Harold Pinter
    Biography of absurdist playwright Harold Pinter.
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    Harold Pinter (1930-2008) English playwright who achieved international success as one of the most complex post-World War II dramatists. Harold Pinter's plays are noted for their use of silence to increase tension, understatement, and cryptic small talk. Equally recognizable are the 'Pinteresque' themes - nameless menace, erotic fantasy, obsession and jealousy, family hatred and mental disturbance. In 2005, Pinter was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature. "I don't know how music can influence writing, but it has been very important for me, both jazz and classical music. I feel a sense of music continually in writing, which is a different matter from having been influenced by it." (Harold Pinter in Playwrights at Work , ed. by George Plimpton, 2000) Harold Pinter was born in Hackney, a working-class neighborhood in London's East End, the son of a tailor. Both of his parents were Jewish, born in England. As a child Pinter got on well with his mother, but he didn’t get on well with his father, who was a strong disciplinarian. On the outbreak of World War II Pinter was evacuated from the city to Cornwall; to be wrenched from his parents was a traumatic event for Pinter. He lived with 26 other boys in a castle on the coast. At the age of 14, he returned to London. "The condition of being bombed has never left me," Pinter later said.

    7. Pinter, Harold 1930– - Critical Essay By John Russell Taylor Summary | Conrad
    Pinter, Harold 1930– Critical Essay by John Russell Taylor on Conrad Aiken. Pinter, Harold 1930– - Critical Essay by John Russell Taylor summary with 12 pages of encyclopedia

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    The Official Harold Pinter Website. In 2005, Harold Pinter was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, the highest honour available to any writer in the world.
    In 2005, Harold Pinter was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, the highest honour available to any writer in the world. In announcing the award, Horace Engdahl, Chairman of the Swedish Academy, said that Pinter was an artist who in his plays uncovers the precipice under everyday prattle and forces entry into oppressions closed rooms.
    In 2002, Pinter was made a Companion of Honour by the Queen for services to Literature.

    In 1958 Harold Pinter wrote the following:
    "There are no hard distinctions between what is real and what is unreal, nor between what is true and what is false. A thing is not necessarily either true or false; it can be both true and false."
    I believe that these assertions still make sense and do still apply to the exploration of reality through art. So as a writer I stand by them but as a citizen I cannot. As a citizen I must ask: What is true? What is false? Harold Pinter's Nobel Lecture
    Harold Pinter has been awarded the Wilfred Owen prize for poetry opposing the Iraq Conflict.

    9. Pinter, Harold - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
    Full Name Harold Pinter. Nationality British Activity British dramatist. Born 1010-1930

    10. Harold Pinter (1930 - )
    Biography of absurdist playwright Harold Pinter, plus links to all of his works currently in print.
    Harold Pinter The son of a Jewish tailor, Harold Pinter was born in East London in 1930. He started writing poetry for little magazines in his teens. As a young man, he studied acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the Central School of Speech and Drama, but soon left to undertake an acting career under the stage name David Baron. He travelled around Ireland in a Shakespearean company and spent years working in provincial repertory before deciding to turn his attention to playwriting. Pinter started writing plays in 1957. He had mentioned an idea for a play to a friend who worked in the drama department at Bristol University. The friend liked the idea so much that he wrote to Pinter asking for the play. The only problem was that if the university was to perform the play, they would need a script within the week. Pinter wrote back and told his friend to forget the whole thingthen sat down and wrote the play in four days. The product of his labors, a one-act entitled The Room , contained many of the elements that would characterize Pinter's later worksnamely a commonplace situation gradually invested with menace and mystery through the deliberate omission of an explanation or motivation for the action. Later this same year, Pinter would develop his style still further in another one-act

    11. Pinter, Harold - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Pinter, Harold
    Pinter, Harold (1930– ) English dramatist and poet. He specializes in the tragicomedy of the breakdown of communication, broadly in the tradition of the Theatre of the Absurd, Harold

    12. Books Tell You Why | Pinter, Harold | Old Times, Limited Edition
    London H Karnac Books Ltd 1971 Limited Edition A most handsome Numbered First Edition/First Printing limited to 150 copies in Very Fine condition in original acetate dustjacket

    13. Welcome To Harold
    The official Harold Pinter website.

    14. Books Tell You Why | Pinter, Harold | Poems, Second Edition
    London Enitharmon Press 1971 Second Edition A beautiful Second Edition published 3 years after the 1968 first edition with additional poems In Very Fine condition original

    15. Pinter Harold: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Library
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    Pinter, Harold (1930– ) English dramatist and poet. He specializes in the tragicomedy of the breakdown of communication, broadly in the tradition of the Theatre of the Absurd Pinter

    17. MMI Review: The Comfort Of Strangers
    Review of The Comfort of Strangers, a film by Harold Pinter
    The Comfort Of Strangers
    "Movie Magazine International" Review
    By Monica Sullivan
    This riveting sequence says a lot about the rest of the film. Natasha Richardson plays a young British mother of two who leaves them at home to travel to Venice with her even-more British lover Rupert Everett. The match is not made in heaven and it is clear that they are beginning to bore each other. There are only a zillion restaurants in Venice, but one night they can't find one and who should crawl out of the nearest dark alley but a slimy stranger in a white suit? (Christopher Walken, of course, typecast this time with an all purpose Italian-Bavarian accent!) Three guys in front of me are in stitches, I am in stitches and at least one stuffed shirt is disgusted with all of us for not accepting this beautiful work of art with appropriate reverence. Our reaction probably counts as a venial sin, at least. I went home and enjoyed watching "Goldfinger" and "Arsenic And Old Lace" which just may count as FOUR mortal sins.
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    18. Pinter, Harold - Astro-Databank, Harold Pinter Horoscope, Born 10 October 1930 I
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Harold Pinter born on 10 October 1930 London, England,_Harold
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    Jump to: navigation search Harold Pinter natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Name Pinter, Harold Gender : M born on 10 October 1930 at 14:00 (= 2:00 PM ) Place London, England, Timezone GMT h0w (is standard time) Data source From memory Rodden Rating A Astrology data Asc. add Harold Pinter to 'my astro'
    British writer, a playwright, screenwriter and poet, one of the best-known dramatists of the 1960s. Pinter’s works were complex, challenging and noted for their use of understatement. He won numerous awards for the enigmatic "The Homecoming," 1965, including a Tony and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award. Pinter, the son of a Jewish tailor, grew up in a working class neighborhood on London’s East End. Taken out of the city during the start of World War II, he returned to his hometown when he was 14. He acted in school plays while he attended Hackney Downs Grammar School and went on to receive a grant to study at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He was unhappy with his studies there and after only two years, he left and joined a repertory company. Strongly anti-war, he refused to do his national military service, and in 1949, he went before the magistrate who luckily gave him a fine rather than a prison sentence. Pinter stated that, if called to serve again in the future, he would still refuse to report. In 1950, using the name "Harold Pinta," he published his first poems. From 1951-52, he traveled throughout Ireland and England with several acting companies, and until 1959, he played regional theatres under the name "David Baron." His first full-length play, "The Birthday Party," 1958, was initially rejected by London audiences but later was revived to great success. His second full-length play, "The Caretaker," 1960, established his reputation as a playwright. Two of his later works, "No Man’s Land," 1975, and "Betrayal," 1978, were quite successful as well. In 1978, he published "Poems and Prose 1941-1977."

    19. Pinter, Harold - Pinter, Harold 1930– Criticism (Vol. 3)
    Pinter, Harold Pinter, Harold 1930– Criticism and Essays

    20. Theatre Mirror Reviews
    Review and analysis of Harold Pinter s Betrayal .
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    Todd Olson Among the myriad of cultural offers this summer in the multitude of venues throughout the pastoral Berkshires, there is one theatrical event especially worthy of note. Just a few miles off the Mass Pike, deep in the estate of novelist Edith Wharton, Shakespeare and Company, now in their 20th season, has mounted a rich and fascinating production of Harold Pinters BETRAYAL. Suspenseful, lyrical, human, and complex, BETRAYAL is perhaps just the kind of theatre Edith Wharton would have loved in her opulent upstairs parlour on a cool midsummer's night. Written in 1978, BETRAYAL represents one of Pinters last producable plays for the stage, having written the body of what are considered his finest plays before 1972. And while BETRAYAL is a slight departure from those qualities that usually describe Pinter work, it is this departure that makes BETRAYAL as accessible and powerful as it is. In his vintage work from the 1950's and 1960's like THE DUMB WAITER, THE BIRTHDAY PARTY, and THE HOMECOMING, Pinter presents everyday situations that gradually take on an air of mystery or menace, propelled by unexplained, unrevealed, or ambiguous motivations. BETRAYAL is less cryptic and more causal than the rest, and, despite telling this story in reverse order, the first scene taking place in the spring of 1977 and the last in the winter of 1968, BETRAYAL is relatively straight-forward and logical.

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