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Harold Pinter

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Zusatztext "William Baker's Harold Pinter affords readers with a comprehensive, career-spanning analysis of the Nobel Laureate's life and art. A deft and eminently rewarding exploration of one of postwar literature's great masters, Baker's study will become the standard-bearer for our understanding and enjoyment of Pinter's time-eclipsing work." - Professor Ken Womack, Penn State University, USA Informationen zum Autor William Baker is Trustee Professor, Distinguished Research Professor, Department of English and University Libraries, at Northern Illinois University, USA. He is the author/editor of numerous books and his co-authored Harold Pinter: A Bibliographical History and his The Letters of Wilkie Collins were honoured by Choice as the year's most outstanding books (2006 and 2000).WILLIAM BAKER is Professor, Department of English, and Professor, University Libraries, at Northern Illinois University. His previous books include Recent Work in Critical Theory, 1989-1995: An Annotated Bibliography (1996), Twentieth-Century Bibliography and Textual Criticism: An Annotated Bibliography (2000), and A Companion to the Victorian Novel (2002), all available from Greenwood Press. He also coedited The Letters of Wilkie Collins (1999), and has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for 2002-2003 to edit another three volumes of Wilkie Collins's letters. Klappentext A succinct examination of Nobel prize-winner! Harold Pinter's creative output! providing introduction to drama (including theatre! film! TV and radio) and Pinter's letters prose and journalism.> Vorwort A succinct examination of Nobel prize-winner, Harold Pinter's creative output, providing introduction to drama (including theatre, film, TV and radio) and Pinter's letters prose and journalism. Zusammenfassung A biography of one of the most important writers in English of the late twentieth century and early twenty-first century. It offers fresh insights into his life and work, concentrating on the themes, patterns, relationships, ideas and language common to his life and creative output. Inhaltsverzeichnis Introduction and Acknowledgements1. Growing Up2. Ireland, Precarious Existence and Marriage3. Early Plays4. Success5. Turning Points6. The 1970s and 1980s7. The 1990s and Beyond: Political Engagement8. Conclusion: Cancer, The Nobel Prize, Mutations of Mortality, PoetryBibliographyIndex...

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Authors William Baker, William (Northern Illinois University Baker
Publisher Bloomsbury Academic
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback
Released 08.09.2008
 
EAN 9780826499714
ISBN 978-0-8264-9971-4
No. of pages 166
Dimensions 133 mm x 197 mm x 13 mm
Series Writers Lives
Writers Lives S.
Writers Lives
Writers Lives S.
Subject Education and learning > Teaching preparation > Vocational needs

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