Harold Pinter Quote

So often, below the word spoken, is the thing known and unspoken. My characters tell me so much and no more, with reference to their experience, their aspirations, their motives, their history. Between my lack of biographical data about them and the ambiguity of what they say lies a territory which is not only worthy of exploration but which it is compulsory to explore.


Writing for the Theatre (1962)

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So often, below the word spoken, is the thing known and unspoken. My characters tell me so much and no more, with reference to their experience,...

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So often, below the word spoken, is the thing known and unspoken. My characters tell me so much and no more, with reference to their experience,...

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So often, below the word spoken, is the thing known and unspoken. My characters tell me so much and no more, with reference to their experience,...

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So often, below the word spoken, is the thing known and unspoken. My characters tell me so much and no more, with reference to their experience,...