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The British Library:

British Library: 60 Boxes of manuscripts of Plays, Screenplays, Poems and Prose were donated by Harold Pinter to the British Library in September 1993. The Observer reported "Pinter's decision to deposit his papers on long-term loan was inspired by a visit to the British Library last November, when he was shown Wilfred Owen's notebook containing war poems, including, "Anthem for Doomed Youth". A list of works included is available on the British Library web-site, on Harold Pinter's dedicated page.



The Lilly Library, Indiana, USA

holds first manuscripts of The Caretaker


The Pinter Society


Susan Hollis Merritt
An editor of The Pinter Review, has information about her annual bibliography of works by and about Pinter at:


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