A unique testimony to modern literature''s most celebrated and enduring marriage.
''I first saw Harold across a crowded room, but it was lunchtime, not some enchanted evening, and we did not speak.''
When Antonia Fraser met Harold Pinter she was a celebrated biographer and he was Britain''s finest playwright. Both were already married - Pinter to the actress Vivien Merchant and Fraser to the politician Hugh Fraser - but their union seemed inevitable from the moment they met: ''I would have found you somehow'', Pinter told Fraser. Their relationship flourished until Pinter''s death on Christmas Eve 2008 and was a source of delight and inspiration to them both until the very end.
Fraser uses her Diaries and her own recollections to tell a touching love story. But this is also a memoir of a partnership between two of the greatest literary talents, with fascinating glimpses into their creativity and their illustrious circle of friends from the literary, political and theatrical world.
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