Harold Pinter and Academia

Harold Pinter and academia concerns academic recognition of and scholarship pertaining to Harold Pinter, CH, CBE (1930–2008), English playwright, screenwriter, actor, director, poet, author, political activist, and the 2005 Nobel Laureate in Literature, at the time of his death considered by many "the most influential and imitated dramatist of his generation."

Read more about Harold Pinter And Academia:  Academic Honours, Harold Pinter Society, The Pinter Centre For Performance and Creative Writing, Harold Pinter: A Bibliographical History, The Harold Pinter Archive in The British Library, Pinter's Attitudes Toward Academic Analysis of His Work

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... Rabbi Abraham Pinter is the Principal of the Yesodey Hatorah Senior School for Girls, and is a member of the Stamford Hill orthodox Jewish community ... Rabbi Pinter is sometimes called upon by the mainstream press for a Charedi opinion on current issues ...
The Basement (play) - Origin: "The Compartment"
1965), an unpublished 27-page screenplay (circulated only in typescript) that Pinter wrote in 1963–65 "for a film never made, planned as part of a triple-bill, Project I promoted by Grove Press, New York, with ... According to Pinter's official authorised biographer Michael Billington, also cited by Baker and Ross (112), "Pinter's contribution The Compartment lay dormant until he rewrote it for television ...
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... Pinter satirizes academics or intellectual "distance" in several of his plays, beginning with his character Edward, a scholarly writer, in A Slight Ache ...
Characteristics Of Harold Pinter's Work - Characteristics of Pinter's Work - Pinteresque
... The OED defines it as "of or relating to the British playwright, Harold Pinter, or his works" thus, like a snake swallowing its own tail the definition forms ... Pinter's plays are typically characterized by implications of threat and strong feeling produced through colloquial language, apparent triviality ... Pinter's drama was first perceived as a variation of absurd theatre, but has later more aptly been characterised as 'comedy of menace', a genre where the writer allows us to eavesdrop on the play ...
Langrishe, Go Down (film)
... by Aidan Higgins (1966), was adapted for the screen by Harold Pinter, directed by David Jones, filmed for BBC Television in association with Raidió Teilifís Éir. 16mm feature film, after being shown in The Spaces Between the Words A Tribute to Harold Pinter, by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, as part of the Harold Pinter Festival of the Lincoln Center ...

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    I’m a gentleman’s gentleman, and you’re no bloody gentleman.
    Harold Pinter (b. 1930)

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