Pinter and style

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Derbyshire, Harry (2008)
  • Publisher: University of Greenwich
  • Subject: PN0080

This short article considers Harold Pinter’s dramatic style, looking at the ways in which it has been defined, imitated and parodied over the years, and concludes with an exploration of the way in which some of Pinter’s work may be seen as self-parody. [From the Author]
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    ------------------------------------ [i] 'Last to Go', in Harold Pinter, Plays: Two (London: Faber, 1991), p. 236.

    [ii] Kenneth Tynan, A View of the English Stage (London: Methuen, 1984), p. 312.

    [iii] 'Prompt Corner', Theatre Record, vol. XVI, no. 19, 9-22 Sep 1996, p. 1146.

    [iv] Fidelis Morgan, Bluff Your Way in Theatre, Bluffers' Guides (London: Ravette, 1986), p. 51.

    [v] Pinter, speaking at the National Film Theatre, 25th October 1996.

    [vi] Quoted in Sue Summers, 'Breaking the Silence', London Daily News, 19th June 1987, p. 19.

    [vii] Victoria Wood, Up to You, Porky (London: Methuen, 1985), p. 91.

    [viii] Tynan, p. 319.

    [ix] The Caretaker, in Harold Pinter, Plays: Two (London: Faber, 1991), p. 76.

    [x] David Mamet, Glengarry Glen Ross (London: Methuen, 1984), p. 3.

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