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Critical Review by Mick Imlah

SOURCE: Imlah, Mick. “One More Go.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 5005 (5 March 1999): 25.

In the following review of Various Voices, a collection of Pinter's poems and prose, Imlah observes that its principal value is as a companion to Pinter's plays.

Assured of his standing as his country's greatest living playwright, Harold Pinter has also liked to keep his less essential writings in print. Various Voices: Prose, Poetry, Politics 1948-1998 is an enlargement of the 1986 Collected Poems and Prose, which itself updated Poems and Prose 1949-77 (1978). Yet if we exclude his experimental novel The Dwarfs (written by 1956; published in 1990), Pinter has never been more than an occasional writer in any non-dramatic medium, and in none of his book's three categories has he assembled what you could call an oeuvre. (There are fifty-four poems here...

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