Tuesday, 28 December
89. The Politics of Marriage in Pinter’s Works
8:30–9:45 a.m., 309, Philadelphia Marriott
Program arranged by the Harold Pinter Society
Presiding: Susan Hollis Merritt, Pinter Review
1. “The Politics of Marriage in Pinter’s Plays: Odd Couplings, Power Relations, Fidelity Issues, and the Consequences of Betrayal,” Susan Hollis Merritt
2. “Cohabitation, Civil Union, or Marriage: Who Defines Marriage in Pinter’s Plays?” Mardia Bishop, Kennesaw State Univ.
3. “Tyranny versus Marriage: The Politics of Marriage and Procreation in Late Pinter,” Charles V. Grimes, Saint Leo Univ.