Harold Pinter was born in London in 1930 and was married to Antonia Fraser. He was the author of twenty-nine plays, twenty-one screenplays and directed twenty-seven theatre productions, including James Joyce’s Exiles, David Mamet’s Oleanna and seven plays by Simon Gray. His awards included the Companion of Honour for services to Literature and the Molière d’honneur for lifetime achievement. In 2005, he received the Nobel Prize for Literature. He died on Christmas Eve, 2008.
Harold Pinter on Granta.com
Poetry | The Online Edition
‘I shall miss you so much when I am dead’
Essays & Memoir | The Online Edition
A Note on Shakespeare
‘Shakespeare writes of the open wound and, through him, we know it open and know it closed. We tell when it ceases to beat and tell it at its highest peak of fever‘, Harold Pinter in 'A Note on Shakespeare' in Granta 59: France: The Outsider.
Fiction | Issue 37
The New World Order
‘He has little idea of what we’re about to do to his wife.’