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Old Times by Harold Pinter
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Nov 03, 08

bookshelves: drama
Read in October, 2008

pinter may very well have the most distinct voice in all of modern drama. old times, like many of the english playwright's mid-career works, examines the role of memory as it relates to the past. richly layered with subtlety and ambiguity, the play muses on the often disparate recollections that shape the present. it seems pinter's works would be most engrossing if seen performed upon the stage.

"there are some things one remembers even though they may never have happened. there are things i remember which may never have happened but as i recall them so they take place." ~anna
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