Definition of Harold pinter
1. Noun. English dramatist whose plays are characterized by silences and the use of inaction (born in 1930).
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Literary usage of Harold pinter
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1. Face to Face by Jeff W. O'Connell, Gabrielle Warnock (2000)
"... which won both the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Science Fiction and the Governor-General's Award, was also made into a film, scripted by harold pinter and ..."
2. Britain TM: Renewing Our Identity by Mark Leonard (1997)
"... Theatre and training schools such as RADA, as well as a host of internationally recognised contemporary playwrights from harold pinter to David Hare. ..."
3. Mystery of the Faith by Jonathan Teague (2007)
"The Mechanics of Self Deception The Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 2005 harold pinter mentioned the pursuit of truth in his controversial acceptance ..."
4. Ethics and International Affairs: Extent and Limits by Jean-Marc Coicaud, Daniel Warner (2001)
"Commentators on the left in Britain - such as the playwright harold pinter and the journalist John Pilger - concurred with the latter point. ..."