Harold Pinter

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Noun1.Harold Pinter - English dramatist whose plays are characterized by silences and the use of inaction (born in 1930)
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Pinter, Harold. Various Voices: Prose, Poetry, Politics 1948-2005.
Pinter, Harold. "Death (Births and deaths registration Act 1953)." Times Literary Supplement (10 October)1997: 11.
Under the heading "Pinter, Harold: Personality," are the following entries: "cynicism about politicians; as a drinker; duality in his character; generosity; as good company; as a good listener; good taste; integrity; love of London; love of sport; love of women; nonconformity; reclusiveness; refusal to accept handed-down truths; sides with the underdog; stoicism against life's cruelties; suspicion of bureaucracy." Quite a guy.