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  1. Harold Pinter - Wikipedia

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    Harold Pinter CH CBE (/ ˈ p ɪ n t ər /; 10 October 1930 – 24 December 2008) was a British playwright, screenwriter, director and actor.A Nobel Prize winner, Pinter was one of the most influential modern British dramatists with a writing career that spanned more than 50 years.

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    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 oppression’s closed rooms”.

  3. Harold Pinter - IMDb

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    Harold Pinter, Writer: Sleuth. Harold Pinter, the 2005 Nobel Laureate for Literature, was born October 10, 1930, in London's working-class Hackney district to Hyman and Frances Pinter, Eastern European Jews who had immigrated to the United Kingdom from Portugal. Hyman (known as "Jack") was a tailor specializing in women's clothing and Frances was a homemaker. The Pinters, whose...

    • October 10, 1930
    • December 24, 2008
  4. Harold Pinter | British dramatist | Britannica

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    Harold Pinter, English playwright, who achieved international renown as one of the most complex and challenging post-World War II dramatists. His plays are noted for their use of understatement, small talk, reticence—and even silence—to convey the substance of a character’s thought, which often

  5. List of works by Harold Pinter - Wikipedia

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    Harold Pinter's reading of a selection of his prose fiction and poems, 92nd Street Y New York City, 12 November 1964 – Hyperlinked in "92Y Podcast: Remembering Harold Pinter, British Playwright", 25 December 2008 (MP3; 65:41); includes: "Tea Party / New Year in the Midlands / A Glass at Midnight / You in the Night / The Drama in April / The ...

  6. Harold Pinter - Biography - IMDb

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    Harold Pinter, the 2005 Nobel Laureate for Literature, was born October 10, 1930, in London's working-class Hackney district to Hyman and Frances Pinter, Eastern European Jews who had immigrated to the United Kingdom from Portugal. Hyman (known as "Jack") was a tailor specializing in women's clothing and Frances was a homemaker.

  7. Plays - Harold Pinter.org

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    Harold Pinter's work is represented by Judy Daish Associates Limited - and applications for all performances and uses of Harold Pinter's work (including amateur and professional stage performances, radio broadcasts, television transmissions and readings and use of extracts) need to be addressed to them in the first instance and in advance of finalizing your plans.

  8. Harold Pinter | Harold Pinter | The Guardian

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    Dec 27, 2008 · Harold Pinter, who has died at the age of 78, was the most influential, provocative and poetic dramatist of his generation. He enjoyed parallel careers as an actor, screenwriter and director.

  9. Harold Pinter Biography - Childhood, Life Achievements & Timeline

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    Harold Pinter was an English playwright, poet, screenwriter, director, actor who won the 2005 Nobel Prize in Literature. As a child, he witnessed the bombing of London by Nazi forces during the Second World War. Later, he was evacuated to Cornwall and Reading, where he led a lonely life.

  10. Harold Pinter Plays | List of Works by Harold Pinter

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    Betrayal is a play written by Harold Pinter in 1978. Critically regarded as one of the English playwright's major dramatic works, it features his characteristically economical dialogue, characters' hidden emotions and veiled motivations, and their self-absorbed competitive one-upmanship, face-saving, dishonesty, and (self-)deceptions.Inspired by Pinter's clandestine extramarital affair with ...

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