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... Robert Bowerman to Mark Taylor-Batty, telephone conversation, 9 September 2014. This impulse to ground the character in something approaching a recognizable reality is typical of Scales’s approach to her work more generally....

The Impossible Family

The Theatre of Harold Pinter

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014

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... and be taken as a consequence of it, an emotional negotiation of it. As if to profit from this moral question mark, Pinter temporarily stalls the reverse sequence and has scenes six and seven follow scene five chronologically, all three...

The Secluded Voice: The Impossible Call Home in Early Pinter

Mark Taylor-Batty

Mark Taylor-Batty

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Carl Lavery

Carl Lavery teaches Theatre and Performance at Aberystwyth University, UK. His publications include Jean Genet Politics and Performance, with Clare Finburgh (2006), Sacred Theatre (2007), Walking, Writing and Performance: Autobiographical Texts by Dee Heddon, Carl Lavery and Phil Smith (2009), The Politics of Jean Genet's Late Theatre: Spaces of Revolution (2010), Contemporary French Theatre and Performance, with Clare Finburgh (2011), Good Luck Everybody. Lone Twin: Journeys, Performances and Conversations, with David Williams(2011), and the is he editor with Nick Whybrow of a special issue of Performance Research ‘On Foot’ (2012). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Rethinking the Theatre of the Absurd : Ecology, the Environment and the Greening of the Modern Stage

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015

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... formation in Pinter in my chapter ‘The Impossible Family’ in Mark Taylor-Batty, The Theatre of Harold Pinter, London: Bloomsbury, 2014, pp. 128–58. I pursue this aspect of family formation in Pinter in my chapter ‘The Impossible...

Introduction

The Theatre of Harold Pinter

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014

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...In announcing the recipient of the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature on 13 October of that year, Horace Engdahl, the Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, came through a gilded white door to meet the gathered media and announced first...

Some Concluding Remarks

The Theatre of Harold Pinter

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014

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... Harold Pinter , interviewed by Mark Lawson , Front Row , BBC Radio 4, 28 February 2005 . The sense...

Politics and the Artist as Citizen

The Theatre of Harold Pinter

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014

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... Mark Taylor-Batty , and Linda Renton , ‘Report from Britain’, in Francis Gillen (ed.),...

Critical and Performance Perspectives

The Theatre of Harold Pinter

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014

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... rites-of-passage novel The Dwarfs , which Mark Taylor-Batty discusses at length earlier in this volume. Pinter’s discovery (around 1949) of Samuel Beckett’s novel Murphy compelled him to hunt down and follow the Irishman’s trail. He...

Invasions and Oppressions

The Theatre of Harold Pinter

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014

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... Harold Pinter , interview with Mark Batty , in Mark Batty , About Pinter: The Playwright and the Work...

The Company of Men and the Place of Women

The Theatre of Harold Pinter

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014

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... the ebb, flow and decay of relationships between three young men – Mark, Len and Pete – and a young woman, Virginia. The novel focusses in part on the nature of friendship between men, how they negotiate what they mean to one another and what...

Present Continuous, Past Perfect

The Theatre of Harold Pinter

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2014

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... (written as one long sentence; Pinter writes with an opening lower case after each question mark to indicate a continuous stream) shifts the gear of the performance, and it goes on long enough to establish firmly a new section of the play,...