"Harold Pinter is one of the most prolific of living British authors, with a writing career so far of nearly sixty years. This bibliographical history provides a comprehensive account of the print-published writings, and texts in other media, which he has wholly or partly authored, and will be a valuable resource for all who have a scholarly interest in modern British literature." "Pre-eminently an outstanding playwright, a creator of texts in dramatic form for live theatre, radio, television or cinema, Pinter has also composed a significant body of poetry, some short stories, a novel, and a large number of non-fictional prose writings, such as essays, articles, published speeches and letters to periodicals. Included here also are interviews - recorded in print or other media - and interview-based articles, and this bibliography documents other texts generated from Pinter's wide-ranging interests in literary projects, human rights and political causes, with forewords to books, short notes, jointly authored letters, signatures to petitions, declarations and other material."--Jacket.