Additional Resources for Mountain Language by Harold Pinter

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Armstrong, Raymond, Kafka and Pinter Shadow-Boxing: The Struggle between Father and Son, Palgrave, 1999.

Armstrong provides a fascinating look at Kafka's influence on Pinter's plays.

Gale, Steven H., ed., The Films of Harold Pinter, SUNY Series, Cultural Studies in Cinema/Video, State University of New York Press, 2001.

This volume contains essays by ten film scholars on Pinter's screenplays, including Lolita, The Remains of the Day, and The French Lieutenant's Woman.

Gussow, Mel, Conversations With Pinter, Grove Press, 1996. Gussow, a New York Times drama critic, collects a series of interviews he conducted with Pinter between 1971 and 1993 on the nature of Pinter's work.

Taylor, John Russell, "Harold Pinter," in British Writers: Supplement I, edited by Ian Scott-Kilvert, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1987, pp. 367-82.

Taylor presents a thematic study of Pinter's earlier plays.

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