Landscape and Silence. Harold Pinter.

Landscape and Silence

New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1970. First American Edition, 1st Printing. Two plays about silence. In Landscape, the silence takes place in a country kitchen as two people talk but don't seem to hear each other. In Silence, three people speak among themselves, "alternately revealing and hiding one another" (description from the rear cover flap.) There's also a short piece called Night, in which a man and a woman appear to recall their first encounter but remember it differently. 8vo., 61 pages. Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket with light rubbing and soiling. Item #816

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