[PDF / Epub] ☉ Harold Pinters the Dumb Waiter Author Mary F. Brewer – Thomashillier.co.uk This collection of essays focuses on one of Harold Pinter's most popular and challenging plays The Dumb Waiter while addressing also a range of significant issues current in Pinter studies and which a This collection of essays focuses on one of the Dumb Kindle Ö Harold Pinter's most popular and challenging plays The Harold Pinters Kindle - Dumb Waiter while addressing also a range of significant issues current in Pinter studies and which are Pinters the Dumb Kindle Ó applicable beyond this play The interesting and provocative dialogues between established and emerging scholars featured here provide close readings of The Dumb Waiter within relevant cultural and historical contexts and from a range of theoretical perspectives The essays range over issues of autobiography and theater genre studies and the impact of Pinter's political activism on his dramatic production among others The collection is also concerned with the meaning of the play when assessed against other example's of Pinter's work both dramatic and non dramatic writing Each contributor shows a gift for presenting a complex argument in an accessible style making this book an important resource for a wide range of readers from undergraduates to postgraduates and specialist researchers The collection offers essays that approach The Dumb Waiter from an interdisciplinary perspective and as both a literary and dramatic text Thus the book should be of eual significance to those encountering Pinter within the context of English Studies drama and performance.
- 269 pages
- Harold Pinters the Dumb Waiter
- Mary F. Brewer
- 07 February 2015 Mary F. Brewer