Unflinching, Unswerving - The PEN/Pinter Prize Lecture 2011
Published by Faber & Faber
The PEN/Pinter Prize was established by the writers' charity English PEN in memory of the Nobel-winning playwright Harold Pinter
It is awarded annually to a British writer, or a writer resident in Britain of outstanding literary merit who, in the words of Harold Pinter's Nobel speech, casts an 'unflinching, unswerving' gaze upon the world, and shows a 'fierce intellectual determination . . . to define the real truth of our lives and our societies'
This lecture was delivered by David Hare, as winner of the Third PEN/Pinter Prize at The British Library on 10 October 2011
This pamphlet is one of 350 copies, designed by Faber and Faber Ltd and printed in England, for private circulation