Karen's Reviews > Must You Go?: My Life with Harold Pinter

Must You Go? by Antonia Fraser
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Aug 08, 2010

really liked it
Read from July 28 to August 08, 2010

I alternately loved and was bored by this book. First off I listened to it on my iPod which can sometimes give you a very different perspective on a book. The story is primarily told via entries in Antonia's journals, but it is like someone reading their journal to you but editing out the parts they don't want to share. It truly is her life with Harold Pinter but I found myself longing to know more about the rest of her life as well. There are reference to her 6 children but because they are sparse you can't keep track of who is who. I think this was intentional to keep the focus on her life with Harold, but if she writes a complete memoir I'll be one of the first to read it! I especially loved hearing their political views from a British perspective. If you are familiar with the work of Harold Pinter this would be even better (I wasn't)

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