History Creator / HaroldPinter

28th Jan '18 3:17:10 AM Breakermorrant
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He also wrote screenplays, most famously three film collaborations with American exile Joseph Losey, including ''Film/TheServant, Accident'' and an adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween''. In addition to this, he wrote ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of Theatre/{{Wit}} and Literature/MansfieldPark).

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He also wrote screenplays, most famously three film collaborations with an American exile Joseph Losey, including ''Film/TheServant, Accident'' and an adaptations adaptation of ''Literature/TheGoBetween''. In addition to this, he wrote ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of Theatre/{{Wit}} and Literature/MansfieldPark).
28th Jan '18 3:16:36 AM Breakermorrant
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He also wrote screenplays, most famously three film collaborations with American exile Joseph Losey, including ''The Servant, Accident'' and an adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween''. In addition to this, he wrote ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of Theatre/{{Wit}} and Literature/MansfieldPark).

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He also wrote screenplays, most famously three film collaborations with American exile Joseph Losey, including ''The Servant, ''Film/TheServant, Accident'' and an adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween''. In addition to this, he wrote ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of Theatre/{{Wit}} and Literature/MansfieldPark).
8th Jan '18 4:44:27 PM costanton11
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Pinter won the NobelPrizeInLiterature in 2005.

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Pinter won the NobelPrizeInLiterature UsefulNotes/NobelPrizeInLiterature in 2005.
6th Jan '17 7:32:19 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FreudWasRight [[invoked]]



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28th May '16 4:46:27 AM JulianLapostat
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He says he drew inspiration from Beckett. In fact, he wrote a lengthy defence of Beckett's ''Waiting For Godot'' without even having seen it. Both writers, among others, are considered defining playwrights of the [[{{Absurdism}} Theatre of the Absurd]]. Pinter's repetitious and nearly [[SeinfeldianConversation Seinfeldian]] dialogue, as well as the simultaneously [[BlackComedy menacing and funny]] tone of his plays are common features of absurdist theatre. His plays tend to function as both literal and metaphor open to interpretation and are rarely overt in theme.

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He says he drew inspiration from Beckett.Creator/SamuelBeckett. In fact, he wrote a lengthy defence of Beckett's ''Waiting For Godot'' without even having seen it. Both writers, among others, are considered defining playwrights of the [[{{Absurdism}} Theatre of the Absurd]]. Pinter's repetitious and nearly [[SeinfeldianConversation Seinfeldian]] dialogue, as well as the simultaneously [[BlackComedy menacing and funny]] tone of his plays are common features of absurdist theatre. His plays tend to function as both literal and metaphor open to interpretation and are rarely overt in theme.



He also wrote screenplays, including ''The Servant'' and adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween'', ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of Theatre/{{Wit}} and Literature/MansfieldPark).

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He also wrote screenplays, most famously three film collaborations with American exile Joseph Losey, including ''The Servant'' Servant, Accident'' and an adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween'', ''Literature/TheGoBetween''. In addition to this, he wrote ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of Theatre/{{Wit}} and Literature/MansfieldPark).
6th Jan '16 2:16:54 PM MRAustin
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The dialogue is also characterised by frequent [[ParrotExposition repetition and questioning]].\\

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The He writes dialogue is also characterised by frequent [[ParrotExposition repetition and questioning]].\\
6th Nov '15 2:58:11 PM Morgenthaler
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He also wrote screenplays, including ''The Servant'' and adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween'', ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of {{Wit}} and MansfieldPark).

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He also wrote screenplays, including ''The Servant'' and adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween'', ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of {{Wit}} Theatre/{{Wit}} and MansfieldPark).
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4th Oct '15 3:55:38 AM Aquila89
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Pinter won the NobelPrizeInLiterature in 2005.
4th Oct '15 3:51:53 AM Aquila89
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He also wrote screenplays, including ''The Servant'' and adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween'', ''TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of {{Wit}} and MansfieldPark).

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He also wrote screenplays, including ''The Servant'' and adaptations of ''Literature/TheGoBetween'', ''TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' ''Literature/TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of {{Wit}} and MansfieldPark).
4th Oct '15 3:51:26 AM Aquila89
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He also wrote screenplays, including ''The Servant'' and adaptations of TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman and TheHandmaidsTale, and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of {{Wit}} and MansfieldPark).

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He also wrote screenplays, including ''The Servant'' and adaptations of TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman ''Literature/TheGoBetween'', ''TheFrenchLieutenantsWoman'' and TheHandmaidsTale, ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'', and occasionally acted (he appears in film versions of {{Wit}} and MansfieldPark).
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