This comprehensive and authoritative casebook includes cornerstone essays on Pinter's creative process, his politics, film adaptations, and acting career. It also includes a collection of photos found nowhere else that document Pinter's golden time--his early acting days in Ireland--, a substantial introduction, a chronology, and bibliography.
About the Author:
Lois Gordon, professor of English at Farleigh Dickinson University, wrote the first book in the United States on Harold Pinter. She has published numerous other books on other writers and on American culture, including TheWorld of Samuel Beckett, 1906-1946 and AmericanChronicle: Decade by Decade Through the TwentiethCentury.