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December 25, 2008
A file photo shows British playwright Harold Pinter talking to journalists outside his home after he...
London, United Kingdom
File photo shows British playwright Harold Pinter talking to journalists outside his home in London
A file photo shows British playwright Harold Pinter talking to journalists outside his home after he won the Nobel prize for literature in London October 13, 2005. Pinter, the British playwright and Nobel laureate famous for his brooding portrayals of domestic life and barbed politics, has died aged 78. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty/Files (BRITAIN)
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December 25, 2008
British playwright Harold Pinter playing the character of Hirst, a sixties writer in a revival of his...
London, United Kingdom
File photo of British playwright Harold Pinter in London
British playwright Harold Pinter playing the character of Hirst, a sixties writer in a revival of his play "No Man's Land" at the Almeida in London is pictured in this October 29, 1992 file photo. Pinter has died in London according to media reports December 25, 2008. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN)
NOBEL WINNERS
RTR1APSH
December 10, 2005
Publisher Stephen Pagen (L) of Britain receives the joint 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature on behalf of...
Stockholm, Sweden
Publisher Pagen receives Nobel Prize for Literature on behalf of playwright Pinter from King Carl XVI...
Publisher Stephen Pagen (L) of Britain receives the joint 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature on behalf of British playwright Harold Pinter from Swedish King Carl Gustaf at the Concert Hall in Stockholm December 10, 2005. Pinter was advised by doctors not to travel to Stockholm for the award and sent his publisher. His absence came after reclusive Austrian author Elfriede Jelinek, who has a social phobia, refused to attend the 2004 ceremony. SWEDEN OUT REUTERS/Anders Wiklund /scanpix
SWEDEN NOBEL
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December 10, 2005
Publisher Stephen Page accepts the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature on behalf of English writer Harold...
Stockholm, Sweden
Publisher Stephen Page accepts 2005 Nobel Prize in Litherature from Swedish King Carl Gustaf on behalf...
Publisher Stephen Page accepts the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature on behalf of English writer Harold Pinter from Sweden's King Carl Gustaf at the Concert Hall in Stockholm December 10, 2005. Harold Pinter was not able to attend the ceremony in Sweden due to poor health. In background is a bust of the award's founder Swedish industrialist and inventor of dynamite, Alfred Nobel. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski
PINTER
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October 13, 2005
-FILE PHOTO 29OCT92- British playwright Harold Pinter plays the character of Hirst, a sixties writer...
London, UK
-FILE PHOTO 29OCT92- British playwright Harold Pinter plays the character of Hirst, a sixties writer.....
-FILE PHOTO 29OCT92- British playwright Harold Pinter plays the character of Hirst, a sixties writer in a revival of his play "No Man's Land" at the Almeida in London in this October 29, 1992 file photo. Pinter was the surprise winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature for 2005 on October 13, 2005.
PINTER
RTXNV7E
October 13, 2005
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter,...
London, UK
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. P.....
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter, 75, whose plays include The Birthday Party and The Caretaker, has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature. The injuries on Pinter's face is the result of a recent fall.
PINTER
RTXNV7D
October 13, 2005
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter,...
London, UK
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. P.....
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter, 75, whose plays include The Birthday Party and The Caretaker, has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature. The injuries on Pinter's face is the result of a recent fall.
BRITAIN
RTR19DYJ
October 13, 2005
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter,...
London, UK
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London after winning 2005 Nobel...
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter, 75, whose plays include The Birthday Party and The Caretaker, has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature. The injuries on Pinter's face is the result of a recent fall. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN
RTR19DYH
October 13, 2005
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter,...
London, UK
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London after winning 2005 Nobel...
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter, 75, whose plays include The Birthday Party and The Caretaker, has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature. The injuries on Pinter's face is the result of a recent fall. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN
RTR19DY5
October 13, 2005
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter,...
London, UK
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London after winning 2005 Nobel...
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter, 75, whose plays include The Birthday Party and The Caretaker, has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature. The injuries on Pinter's face is the result of a recent fall. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN
RTR19DKU
October 13, 2005
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter,...
London, UK
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter, 75, whose plays include The Birthday Party and The Caretaker, has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature. The injuries on Pinter's face is the result of a recent fall. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty Pictures of the month October 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
BRITAIN
RTR19DKQ
October 13, 2005
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter,...
London, United Kingdom
British playwright Harold Pinter smiles outside his home in London after winning 2005 Nobel Prize for...
British playwright Harold Pinter talks to journalists outside his home in London October 13, 2005. Pinter, 75, whose plays include The Birthday Party and The Caretaker, has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature. The injuries on Pinter's face is the result of a recent fall. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
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March 19, 1997
Author Dame Muriel Spark listens to speeches in her honour after receiving the 1997 David Cohen British...
United Kingdom
DAME MURIEL SPARK RECEIVES BRITISH LITERARY PRIZE
Author Dame Muriel Spark listens to speeches in her honour after receiving the 1997 David Cohen British Literature Prize during a ceremony at Coutts & Co. March 19. Spark, the third to win Britain's highest monetary value award of 40,000 Sterling ($60,000), joins previous winners Harold Pinter and V.S. Naipaul.

BRITAIN
RTR2JOI
March 19, 1997
Dame Muriel Spark (L), winner of the 1997 David Cohen British Literature Prize, is kissed by actress...
United Kingdom
DAME MURIEL SPARK WINS BRITISH LITERATURE PRIZE
Dame Muriel Spark (L), winner of the 1997 David Cohen British Literature Prize, is kissed by actress Geraldine McEwen after receiving her award March 19 at a ceremonry at Coutts & Co. bankers. Spark, the third to win the award of 40,000 Sterling ($60,000), joins previous winners Harold Pinter and V.S. Naipaul. McEwen played Miss Jean Brodie in the BBC's adaptation of Spark's book 'The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie'.

BRITAIN
LONDON
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October 29, 1992
British playwright Harold Pinter plays the character of Hirst, a sixties writer in a revival of his play...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH PLAYWRIGHT HAROLD PINTER PLAYS CHARACTER OF "HIRST" DURING PLAY IN LONDON.
British playwright Harold Pinter plays the character of Hirst, a sixties writer in a revival of his play "No Man's Land" at the Almeida in London October 29, 1992. The play was first performed in 1975, and the revival marks Pinter's first stage performance in the UK since 1969. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE REUTERS/Kevin Coombs CMC
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