Betrayal | Study Guide

Harold Pinter

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Overview

Author

Harold Pinter

Year Published

1978

Type

Play

Genre

Drama

Perspective and Narrator

NA

Tense

NA

About the Title

The title of the play is a reference to the play's most important theme. The characters find themselves embroiled in a complicated love triangle in which marriages and relationships are twisted almost beyond repair. Each of the characters feels betrayed by another at one point, whether the betrayal is romantic, intellectual, or platonic.

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