Complete Works, Vol. 4
Old Times, No Man's Land, Betrayal, Monologue, Family Voicesby Harold Pinter Introduction by Harold Pinter
This work collects some of the author’s most famous writings, including plays, short stories, and essays.
Dramatist, scriptwriter, short story writer, novelist, poet, director, and actor, Harold Pinter has earned universal praise for his distinctive style and imagination. In this, the most recent of four volumes, Pinter’s work echoes many of his earlier themes and techniques—struggles for power and an ambience of menace—while finding fresh subject matter and means to express his changing dramatic vision. This volume contains three of Pinter’s most famous plays, including Old Times, which Clive Barnes called “a joyous, wonderful play that people will talk about as long as we have theater”; a television play, Monologue; and a radio piece, Family Voices.
No Man’s Land
“The most fascinating, enigmatic, and accomplished dramatist in the English language.” —Jack Kroll, Newsweek
Winner of the 2005 Nobel Prize in Literature