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THE “SCENE” ACCORDING TO HAROLD PINTER

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Messaggio Da Andrea Galgano il Lun Lug 23, 2012 10:36 pm

THE “SCENE” ACCORDING TO HAROLD PINTER

BY ANDREA GALGANO

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“His rejection of the Theatre of doing a Committed Theatre because of the element of pre-determination that contained, his annoyance at any pre-existing thesis – moral, social, political – seen as a constriction to be refused because it would heavily reduce the creative liberty”.
This clear cut portrait by Guido Davico Bonino in is introduction to the theatre of Harold Pinter (1930 – 2008, Nobel prize for Literature in 2005), published by Einaudi, already described in his essay on the british author, is a hook for understanding in full the great ups and downs of his work, both for its high closeness and diversity with the theatre of Beckett, and for the daily language introduced in absurd, threatening and indeterminate conversations and dialogues.

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