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Pinter, Harold

Line breaks: Har¦old Pin¦ter
Pronunciation: /ˈpɪntə
 
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  • (1930–2008), English dramatist, actor, and director. His plays are associated with the Theatre of the Absurd and are typically marked by a sense of menace. Notable plays: The Birthday Party (1958), The Caretaker (1960), and Party Time (1991). Nobel Prize for Literature (2005).

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