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Publisher Description

A unique testimony to modern literature's most celebrated and enduring marriage.

'I first saw Harold across a crowded room, but it was lunchtime, not some enchanted evening, and we did not speak.'

When Antonia Fraser met Harold Pinter she was a celebrated biographer and he was Britain's finest playwright. Both were already married - Pinter to the actress Vivien Merchant and Fraser to the politician Hugh Fraser - but their union seemed inevitable from the moment they met: 'I would have found you somehow', Pinter told Fraser. Their relationship flourished until Pinter's death on Christmas Eve 2008 and was a source of delight and inspiration to them both until the very end.

Fraser uses her Diaries and her own recollections to tell a touching love story. But this is also a memoir of a partnership between two of the greatest literary talents, with fascinating glimpses into their creativity and their illustrious circle of friends from the literary, political and theatrical world.

GENRE
Biography
RELEASED
2010
February 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
256
Pages
PUBLISHER
Orion
SIZE
9.3
MB

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