Harold Pinter: critical approaches
This collection of seventeen critical essays commemorates 25 years of writing by Harold Pinter. The essays are original pieces by many of the leading contemporary drama scholars in American and Britain which, taken together, present a fuller picture of the dramatist's canon and a better understanding of what he tries to do and how he tries to do it.
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A Chronology of Pinters Writing and First Performances
Bernard F Dukore
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