FROM 'NOT FUNNY ENOUGH' TO THE NOBEL PRIZE: RECEPTION OF HAROLD PINTER INTERNATIONALLY AND IN SLOVENIA
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Plays by Harold Pinter have always attracted attention from theatre and literary critics. In the last 50 years, his opus received a vast variety of domestic as well as international reviews, the Slovene space being no exception. This article sets out a selection of the most prominent and influential productions of his plays on the world and Slovene stages, and adds selected analyses of and comments on the critical views provided by Pinter himself and by others. Some representative reactions to Pinter's winning the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature are presented in the last part of the paper.
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