Scope and Content

Includes correspondence with Lyn Haill of Royal National Theatre regarding borrowed photographs (1997); Christopher Sandford (1999) regarding Pinter's recollections for McQueen: The Biography published by Harper Collins in 2001; Laura Musso Santini (1999); director Jessica Higgs (1999) requesting initial permission to perform Mountain Language in British Sign Language - which opened at London's Oval House Theatre in 2000; Professor William Baker of North Illinois University USA regarding an autographed photograph (2000); Jose Monleon of Spanish magazine Primer Acto (2000); Cambridge University Press (2001); Gaia Servadio Myddelton regarding a documentary on Turkey's Ilisu Dam (2001); Naomi Wallace regarding 'Playwrights Against the Embargo Against Iraq' (2001); Gill & Macmillan Publishers regarding Pinter's objection to passages in David Marcus' autobiography (2001); The Daily Telegraph (2001); Cambridge University Press and "Becky" regarding, and enclosing, examiners report on DPhil thesis by Ian Smith (2001); Dr Christopher Hudgins of University of Nevada USA (2001); director Stuart Urban (2001); former editor of Granta magazine, Ian Jack (2002) and the Alan Bates Memorial Celebration at London's Royal Court Theatre with original invitation (2004).

File also contains Pinter's ceremonial introduction on the occasion of his Hon. Doctorate at University of Bristol (1998), an unattributed typed essay on cricket entitled 'A Different Test' (2001), a typed copy of Pinter's poem 'Voices in the Tunnel' (2001) and a postcard from journalist Rochard Gott in Caracas, Venezuela (2004).

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