Choosing the Medium: Pinter’s The Homecoming (1965)
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Like The Ghost Sonata, The Homecoming, considered by many to be Pinter’s best play, combines realistic and metaphorical elements. These define its basic character and at the same time are what makes its interpretation so problematic. It is a general feature of Pinter’s dramas that they demand from their recipients (be they readers, audience, translators, critics, actors or directors) a great deal of sensitivity to what is between and behind the speeches, and The Homecoming is no exception.1
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