PINTER Harold (Pinter Harold)( English dramatist, one of the most original authors 20 in the theater.)
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Biography PINTER Harold (Pinter Harold)
Born October 10, 1930 in Hackney, an area in East London (East End). After a short time studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Theater actor and began his career in the nine years under the stage name David Baron (David Baron) has toured with various troupes of Irish and British province. I read a lot and he tried to write prose and poetry, but after its first staging of the play room (The Room, 1957) at Bristol University as a theater finally determined by. Pinter has succeeded as director and screenwriter of films Servant (The Servant), . Devourer pumpkins (The Pumpkin Eater), . Accident (Accident), . Mediator (The Go-Between), . The French Lieutenant's Woman (The French Lieutenant's Woman) and Betrayal (Betrayal),
. Although external signs of Pinter's drama correspond realistic theater (heroes - ordinary people from the lower or middle class, . action takes place in the living room or bedroom, . vocabulary - colloquial), . but the relationships between the characters and dialogue and events are unpredictable and atypical, . allowing different interpretations,
. In light of pain (A Slight Ache, 1959) account of the intellectual middle age draws a daily occurrence in his garden the seller matches, he is intrigued and invites you to enter the house. However, all of his questions come up against the stubborn silence of the seller, and then the owner, initially otnesshiysya condescending to the visitor, loses patience and starts to engage in self-exposure. As a result, his wife drove him from home, preferring to live with a silent seller matches. Hero of the guards (The Caretaker, 1960) - vagrant, whose two brothers, neurotic invited to live at home, and then was rebuffed. By the end Lovers (The Lovers, 1963) revealed that the heroes are not really lovers, and husband and wife, the games are played the mutual mistrust. Return home (The Homecoming, 1965) Professor of Philosophy brings his enigmatic wife in his home, where watched indifferently as his father and two brothers have fun with his wife who decided to stay there, and suddenly 'housekeeping'. A traitor (Betrayal, . 1978) shows built on mutual deception love triangle; effect reversed: when the curtain opens and the marriage, . and a novel completed, . and further action goes in the opposite direction and ends with the birth of romance, . led to betrayal,
. Of the remaining pieces should be called Elevator Pinter (The Dumbwaiter, . 1957), . Birthday (The Birthday Party, . 1958), . Collection (The Collection, . 1962), . Old Times (Old Times, . 1971), . Draw land (No Man's Land, . 1975) and Moonlight (Moonlight, . 1993) - perhaps, . most mysterious of his works,
. It always held the idea that man off from the general context (even close relatives say irrelevantly, as to corrupt the phone).