Harold Pinter Archive

The Harold Pinter Archive in the British Library is the literary archive of Harold Pinter, which Pinter had first placed "on permanent loan" in the British Library in September 1993 and which became a permanent acquisition in December 2007.

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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"
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Harold Pinter And Academia - The Harold Pinter Archive in The British Library
... The Harold Pinter Archive in the British Library is the literary archive of Harold Pinter, which Pinter had first placed "on permanent loan" in the British Library in September 1993 and ... December 2007 the British Library announced that it had purchased Pinter's literary archive for ₤1.1 million (approx ... $2.24 million), augmenting its current "Harold Pinter Archive" of 80 boxes ("Loan 110 A") ...
Characteristics Of Harold Pinter's Work - Characteristics of Pinter's Work - Pinteresque
... 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 the impenetrable logic of a closed circle and begs the ... Pinter's plays are typically characterized by implications of threat and strong feeling produced through colloquial language, apparent triviality, and long pauses." The Swedish Academy ... 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 ...
Harold Pinter Archive - Catalogue
... Having catalogued the expanded Harold Pinter Archive (Add MS 88880), comprising 504 volumes, the British Library (BL) reopened it to qualified scholars ... The Harold Pinter Archive catalogue went on-line on Monday 2 February 2009 and became fully visible on Tuesday 3 February. ...

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

    To a historian libraries are food, shelter, and even muse. They are of two kinds: the library of published material, books, pamphlets, periodicals, and the archive of unpublished papers and documents.
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    Anna: I’m getting married.
    Stephen: Oh. Who to?
    Anna: William.
    Stephen: Ah. Have you told him?
    —Harold Pinter (b. 1930)