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December 15, 2005

Harold Pinter’s Nobel Prize lecture online

You can now watch Harold Pinter’s Nobel Prize lecture in full, from the Nobel site:

There was something oddly Beckettian about Harold Pinter’s Nobel lecture… It was Beckettian in that Pinter sat in a wheelchair, with a rug over his knees and framed by an image of his younger self, delivering his sombre message: memories of Hamm in Beckett’s Endgame came to mind. But if Pinter’s frailty was occasionally visible, there was nothing ailing about his passionate and astonishing speech, which mixed moral vigour with forensic detail.
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Posted by dymaxion at December 15, 2005 03:00 PM



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