Kate Kellaway (review date 22 May 1998)
SOURCE: Kellaway, Kate. “Harold's Hat Trick.” New Statesman 127, no. 4386 (22 May 1998): 50-1.
[In the following review, Kellaway offers praise for Pinter's plays A Kind of Alaska, The Collection, and The Lover.]
The three short plays by Harold Pinter now at the Donmar all lead to the same question: how do we know what our lives contain, and how can we trust the contents? In A Kind of Alaska, a 1982 piece inspired by Oliver Sacks' Awakenings, a woman who has been dead to the...
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