Betrayal by Harold Pinter

"Betrayal" is a play that explores the complexities of human relationships through a reverse chronological narrative, focusing on a love triangle among the central characters. The story delves into the intricate dynamics of infidelity, friendship, and deceit, as it unfolds the emotional and psychological consequences of a long-term extramarital affair between the wife and the best friend of her husband. The play dissects themes of loyalty, trust, and the passage of time, revealing the characters' inner struggles and the ultimate impact of their deceitful actions on their lives and relationships.

The 10309th greatest book of all time


Published
1978
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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