Harold Pinter

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English dramatist whose plays are characterized by silences and the use of inaction (born in 1930)


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In a period of 60 years or so, Pinter as a poet had written a great number of poems, among which "at least 90" are published (Balter, Harold Pinter 134).
The second screenplay, based on a short story by Out Of Africa author Karen Blixen, stars Last Tango In Halifax's Anne Reid and Radio 4 drama commissioner Jeremy Howe said: "It isn't often that you can announce the premiere of a script by the late great Harold Pinter, one of the leading dramatists of the 20th century, and then two come along, both wonderfully Pinteresque and both utterly different.
Harold Pinter necesita seguir vivo por muchos anos.
A HAROLD Pinter double-bill will be on offer at Wrexham's Catrin Finch Centre later this month.
The People's Theatre centenary season comes to a close with a selection of short plays by Harold Pinter.
A SHORT drama by Harold Pinter will launch the new year at The Melville Theatre in Abergavenny on Friday.
Here, journalist and original "thinking man's crumpet" Joan - who had a seven-year affair with playwright Harold Pinter - mourns some of those who spearheaded an inspirational decade.
Scholars of literature in general and drama in particular counter the view that towering British playwright Harold Pinter (1930-2008) represented a sui generis, by showing how particular plays, and his body of work as a whole, fit in the dramatic tradition and contemporary scene of English language.
El Nobel de Literatura 2005, el ingles Harold Pinter 1930-2008) se pronunciaba contra la politica exterior de los gobiernos de Estados Unidos, pero no en contra de la sociedad estadounidense, declaro su viuda Lady Antonia Fraser, autora de dos biografias y ocho novelas.
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THE funeral of playwright Harold Pinter took place in London yesterday in a style as quirky as his work.
In the works of Harold Pinter, the devil really is in the small details.
La presentacion en el Teatro de la UC de un clasico de la dramaturgia internacional del Nobel 2005, Harold Pinter, resuelve con maestria el arriesgado desafio de una obra que desde el primer parlamento revela el desenlace.
Beyond her reporting on these and other topics, Anne-Marie brought us vital interviews with people who belonged in The Progressive, like Urvashi Vaid, Harry Hay, Harold Pinter, Tillie Olsen, and Sam Hamill.