Harold Pinter, 2005 recipient
of the Nobel Prize for Literature, has changed theatre forever, peopling
it with memorable characters who compel an audience with their
immediacy and their language, yet never grant that audience the easy
assurances of closure. Pinter’s characters therefore continue to haunt,
baffle, and interrogate long after one has left the theatre. This volume
of The Pinter Review includes several letters from Pinter to Henry
Miller, a letter from Pinter to his friend Mick Goldstein regarding “Waiting for Godot,” plus essays, reviews, interviews, the 2000-2002
Harold Pinter Bibliography, and more.
Also available in paperback.