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He refused a knighthood from John Major in 1996, saying he was "unable to accept such an honour from a Conservative government".His later plays, such as One for the Road, Ashes to Ashes and Party Time, evolved from the personal into the political, their subjects state-sponsored violence, torture and the abuse of power."One of the many memorable things he did for Pen in the early Eighties was when he and Arthur Miller went on a joint mission to Turkey. "He turned out to a demonstration outside the Turkish embassy last year," added Mr Heawood.At that time, he was concerned about the state of writers and journalists' freedoms. So two of the world's greatest writers got on a plane together and they were met by a young Orhan Pamuk, who would become a fellow Nobel Prize winner. "Everyone was so surprised to see this figure with a walking stick coming out of a taxi on his own.The Birthday Party, 1957 Pinter's first full-length play was slaughtered by critics and closed in the West End after its first week.The Caretaker, 1959 The first to give Pinter substantial commercial success.
I've never been able to write a happy play, but I've been able to enjoy a happy life" On the United States "The crimes of the US throughout the world have been systematic, constant, clinical, remorseless, and fully documented but nobody talks about them" On his plays "I have written 29 plays and I think that's really enough" The works: A 50-year career The Room, 1957 Pinter's first play, in a genre later called the "comedy of menace", was inspired by the playwright's visit to the Chelsea flat of Quentin Crisp.
He joined a touring company in 1951, and it was some years later in 1957 that he wrote his first play, The Room, for Bristol University's drama department. His career took off in the late 1950s and Sixties with subsequent plays such as The Caretaker, The Birthday Party and The Homecoming, which were perceived as ground-breaking because they explored the psychological drama and often, the menace, that underlay family and marital relationships.
They were credited for creating a new brand of theatrical silence and pause with which his work became synonymous.
The French Lieutenant's Woman, 1981 Adapted from the novel by John Fowles, Pinter wrote the screenplay.
Ashes to Ashes, 1996 This was the best of the later political plays, encompassing the landscape of 20th-century totalitarianism.