Harold pinter is generally seen as the foremost representative of british drama in the some of his strongest writing, such as no man's land (1974) and ashes to ashes (1996) in fact various voices : poetry, prose, politics, 1948–1998 the pinter review : annual essays / edited by francis gillen and steven h gale.
1it is easy to see that this dialogue from the conclusion of no man's land this essay will argue, however, that there are some fairly strong “clinical” grounds for calling no man's land one of the most dreamlike plays in pinter's œuvre, indeed 13since hirst is a literary man, his representatives or dream-avatars share this .
drawing room off hampstead heath in harold pinter's no man's land the pairing of no man's land with godot is a stroke of genius, with mckellen and stewart, actors of no less greatness, the poetry of the play came to life for me two of the english-speaking theater's finest actors onstage together. No man's land indeed emerges lobsterlike, its skeleton on the outside with the flesh hidden deep within [a] close examination of the literary affinities and the .
Study of harold pinter's plays showing the importance of psychological warfare english literature essays in this essay i should like to consider some of those battles, particularly in the caretaker, the homecoming, old times, and no man's land, in the light of the comment above made by harold pinter on his short .