The Pinter Review
Collected Essays 2003 and 2004


Letters from Harold Pinter to Henry Miller

Letter from Harold to his friend, Mick Goldstein, regarding Waiting For Godot.

"I'm Compelled to Ask You Questions":
Interrogative Comedy and Harold Pinter's
Ashes to Ashes.
Christopher Wixson
The Cheese-Roll under the Cocktail Cabinet:
Pinter's Object Lessons

Andrew Sofer

The Contamination of Birth by Sex and Death
in the Plays of Beckett and Pinter
Katherine H. Burkman
Staged Dialogues with Authorship:
Pinter and Beckett as Directors.

Mark Batty

Past, Pinter Present, and Pinter Future
Susan Hollis Merritt
The Modernist as Populist: Pinter's Betrayal
and Mass Culture
Varun Begley
"Pinteresque" in the Popular Press Susan Harris Smith
The Prescence of Music in Pinter's Works Ubiratan Paiva de Oliveira


A Festival of Creative Genius: Homage to Harold Pinter


Staging Pinter: From Pregnant Pauses to Political Causes, a panel
with Henry Woolf, Patricia Rozema and Hersh Zeifman

Transcribed and edited by Susan Hollis Merritt, assisted by Sean Donnelly




Process and History in Harold Pinter's Reunion Screenplay

Charles Grimes



Tears and an Actor' Discovery:
Playing Kate in Old Times
Kathleen Cooper and
Sidney Homan
The Caretaker in New York Reviewed by
Francis Gillen
Challenging Theatre: The Cleveland Playhouse's
Production of Harold Pinter's Betrayal.
Reviewed by
Ann C. Hall
An Interview with Pavel Dobrusky and Peter Hackett Joseph Fahey
Betrayal in Denver Reviewed by
Susan Hollis Merritt
The Caretaker and Betrayal Reviewed by
Mary Bryden
Making Spaces: Women at Play's Production of
Harold Pinter's The Roomand Celebration.
Reviewed by
Ann C. Hall



The Cambridge Companion to Harold Pinter Reviewed by
Thomas P. Adler
Pinter and the Object of Desire:
An Approach Through the Screenplays
Reviewed by
Ann C. Hall
Sharp Cut: Harold Pinter's Screenplays and
the Artistic Process
Reviewed by
Christopher C. Hudgins



Harold Pinter 2002-2004 Ronald Knowles



To Martin Bernard Dukore
Robards and Plummer: Partners in "No Man's Land" David Jones
In Memoriam: Martin Esslin, Mark W. Estrin, and Albert Wertheim Steven H. Gale



Harold Pinter Bibliography: 2000-2002 Susan Hollis Merritt
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