(From the publisher):
The Dwarfs is the only novel Harold Pinter has written in his long and distinguished career. Originally completed in the early 1950s, then revised in 1989, it describes the intertwined lives and concerns of four young Londoners in postwar Britain. Through the evolution of their tumultuous and destructive friendship, Pinter explores the ways in which ordinary lives are molded by the limitations and boundaries of sexuality, intimacy, and morality, as he illuminates the profound truths that exist in seemingly everyday occurrences.
Original title: The Dwarfs
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction