“Language in art remains a highly ambiguous transaction”
Awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2005, Harold Pinter was recorded presenting his impassioned, honest acceptance speech for an invited audience in Stockholm.
Source of much discussion at the time, Pinter distinguishes between the search for truth in art before denouncing its avoidance in politics. Delivered directly to camera, he outlines his political views on the Iraq war and the imperialist foreign policy of the United States.
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