Recapitulations and Fresh Starts
In certain respects, to be explored below, Pinter’s most recent plays recapitulate earlier themes and techniques. In other respects, also to be examined, they move — sometimes provisionally, sometimes boldly — in new directions. With Monologue, No Man’s Land, Family Voices, and Victoria Station, the familiar terrain is more obvious than the new; with Betrayal, A Kind of Alaska, and One for the Road, the reverse.
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