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Hemingway wrote somewhere that when two people are deeply in love it isInevitable that their story will end in tragedy since one will uite likely out live the other I ve been thinking about this recently because in the last few years I ve read a handful of books by widows who were in deeply reciprocated love relationships and who write about those relationships in retrospect with great affection and a deep sense of loss These books include Joan Didion s The Year of Living Dangerously Sandra Gilbert s Wrongful Death A Memoir Eleanor Clift s Two Weeks of Life Anne Roiphe s Epilogue A Memoir Obviously most of these books are written from a woman s perspective since women outlive men although I also recently read Donald Hall s The Best Day The Worst Day Life with Jane Kenyon where he writes about his wife s long and losing bout with cancerAdd to these titles and many others Antonia Fraser s My Life with Harold Pinter her touching and moving account of her life with the great British playwright who died in 2008 Fraser and Pinter were in a 33 year relationship though both were married to others Pinter to a well known British actress Fraser to a member of Parliament when they met in 1975 and did not marry one another until 1980 after both divorces were final and some recovery had occurredIn her account of their life together Fraser makes it clear how eminently suited they were for one another Both high achieving English writers both moving in upper echelon social circles both keenly intelligent ambitious and gregarious with shelves filled with awards of various kinds including for Pinter the Nobel Prize in Literature This is an enviable relationship from almost any perspective but that does not lessen the sting of Pinter s death though he lived to the fairly advanced age of 78In addition to the lovely accounts of their feelings for one another what distinguishes Fraser s book is its page after page of high end celebrity dish On these pages you will find appearances by Ralph Richardson Lawrence Olivier Faye Dunaway Arthur Miller John Fowles Ian McEwan Leonard Bernstein Steve Mcueen Helen Mirren Alan Bates Vidia Naipaul Sofia Coppola Rex Harrison Frank Sinatra and the list goes on and on and on Here s a typical passageLunch at Kensington Palace with the Prince and Princess of Wales yes that s Princess Di for Shimon Peres Prime Minister of Israel Philip Roth in his waggish way Of course Harold hasn t been invited he s Jewish But these somewhat gloating passages of what it s like to be rich and famous are balanced by the warm tender loving feelings these two life partners shared These feelings are epitomized in two poems one which Harold wrote for Antonia and the other which she wrote for him Here is Harold sIt is HereWhat sound was thatI turn away into the shaking roomWhat was that sound that come in on the darkWhat is this maze of light it leaves us inWhat is this stance we takeTo turn away and then turn backWhat did we hearIt was the breath we took when we first metListen It is hereThe other by Antonia is in bridge language because she believes bridge because it s about partnership is a romantic gameFor My PartnerYou re my two hearts as oneDoubled into gameYou re my BlackwoodYou re my GerberYou re my Grand Slam vulnerableDoubled and redoubledMaking all other contractsTameThese are privileged lives but well lived filled with love and creativity The book is aptly titled with the uestion one lover asks another at the end of life Must you go Who can resist a rollicking passionate love story but even so when the characters are vital alive and have so many dimensions as this karmic couple Antonia Fraser and Harold Pinter are level headed famous and accomplished married uite happily to others when they meet in 1975 and are immediately transfixed experiencing an instant magnetism that blazes off the page The words in the haunting title Must You Go were actually spoken from him to her that fateful night following an opening of his play The Birthday Party a sentence resonating with pathos almost 34 years later when he passes Their lives together follow the trajectory of the latter half of the 20th century through the present day when it seems that they know everyone of any conseuence whether in the arts or in world affairs It is difficult to find two people in tune with one another on all levels emotionally and intellectually Her histories and mysteries his plays poems. 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Antonia Fraser î 5 Free readAs well as his continued skills as a director and even almost until his last year as an actor Thanks to their insatiable curiosity and dedication they never ceased creating and contributing Following his first fights with the terror Pinter was awarded the Nobel Prize Lady Fraser uses her ournals which she religiously kept as springboards for this memoir interspersed with comments that give perspective from the distance of time The memoir is divided into three distinct parts dawn high noon and twilight as she refers to them in her perface Following their meeting and early days high noon progresses thematically instead of chronologically She is generous in her revelations and insights There isn t a mean spirited observation or memory She is truly a Lady in word and deed as well in title Antonia Fraser was a respected author wife of a Conservative Member of Parliament and the mother of six children and Harold Pinter was a celebrated playwright married to a well known actress and father of a son when they met in 1975 They fell in love uickly divorced their spouses and married Their love story lasted for 33 years until Pinter s death in 1975 This memoir of their love story is based on Fraser diaries While it details their activities and literary successes over their period of their marriage and it is clear that Fraser and Pinter adored each other there is a lack of narrative explaining the character and personality of Harold Pinter that so attracted Antonia Fraser More a list of activites engaged in and personalities encountered this memoir of a love story is ultimately unsatisfying Real Housewives of Literary LondonI have rarely been this disappointed in a book If reading a daytimer gets you off you ll love it But if you want to know wh precious precious people started out well but i was annoyed beyond belief by the end of it finishing this book was a chore and perhaps a way of making sure i ll remember never to read anything about pinter againmaybe that s a bit strongbut really a guy who labors for days over those sort of poems included in the memoir and can still win a nobel albeit as a playwright really the whole thing of screeching for the rights of the repressed and dispossessed whilst living a life of luxury defending milosevic and getting all bent out of shape because some french ambassador of culture or something didn t know who the hell you were please spare metouching love story well these two were really into each other and that s certainly greatbut i sure as hell doubt i would ve enjoyed spending a meal with uncle cuddles this review is of course completely uncalled for sue me If there s one thing you walk away with after reading Antonia Fraser s memoir Must You Go My Life with Harold Pinter it s that she and her second husband Harold Pinter were deeply in love Reading a memoir that doesn t focus exclusively on tribulations its author has overcome is refreshing Remarkable even Fraser has chosen to share what appears to be the happiest period of her life And in the process proves Tolstoy wrongAt a party in 1975 Antonia Fraser was involved in a conversation that included in the process proves Tolstoy wrongAt a party in 1975 Antonia Fraser was involved in a conversation that included playwright Harold Pinter She was taking her leave when Pinter turned to her and asked Must you go And there it began Both parties were married Antonia with six children The affair continued until 1977 when she divorced her first husband in the amicable manner that seemed to be the defining characteristic of their marriage Pinter s separation from his wife the actress Vivien Merchant was less amicable The British tabloids had a field day and Merchant refused to sign the divorce papers until 1980 Fraser and Pinter married that same year and lived happily together until his death of cancer in 2008This 35 year period is told to us through excerpts of Fraser s ournals with some narrative explanation She appears to be a rabid diarist never missing a day Which is funny when you consider that she s a biographer by profession accustomed to perusing her subjects diaries letters and papers in the course of her research The entries that make up the book are not so much stream of conscious ramblings or emotional outpourings as they are concise cataloging of the day s
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Ameful Jackie O Salman Rushdie Samuel Beckett Philip Roth the list of literati seems never ending But her commentary is never salacious These were the circles the couple traveled in and as you read you get the sense that Dame Fraser would never commit the impolitesse of gossiping about friendsI really enjoyed Must You Go as I have every book I ve ever read by Antonia Fraser It may not be for everyone though One Goodreads reviewer negatively compared Must You Go to reading a daytimer and to be fair the description isn t far off It is this gift of brevity Antonia Fraser s ability to capture a moment in a deftly executed prose sketch that makes her memoir so charming Little Ma mre m'a tu - Survivre au gnocide des Tutsis au Rwanda jokes witty descriptions notes left on the pages by Pinter which she welcomed it is the description of a full life encapsulated in a few lines a day Fraser had the sense not to overwork the prose or expand too much on the things her audience already knew At times her admiration of Pinter seems almost worshipful but the book was published 2 years after his death Her loss is fresh She obviously misses him Eually obvious is her happiness in rememberingIs it a complete picture Probably not But Must You Go is a glimpse into their private world Fraser has every right to choose what she sharesThe audio version which is what I listened to is narrated by the incomparable Sandra Duncan Her inflections are flawless The 11 hours and 14 minutes moved by uickly the only off note being the choice made to have the poetry by Harold Pinter which is referenced throughout voiced by a man Whether it would have flowed so well or been so entertaining to read in book form I m not sure I tend to think it would be Yet there was something delightfully intimate about hearing it read it s written in the first person as if Fraser was relating the stories over tea In fact I intend to avoid interviews given by the real Antonia Fraser If her true voice differs too much from Duncan s I ll be devastatedFor reviews please visit my blog at Memoir of a marriage between two people at the top of the literary game who had spouses six children between them when they met but cared for each other than them After their first meeting Pinter said to the author Must you go and the lust became an affair became marriage 33 years of being in love notust loving True love sometimes involves hurting others when should we do our duty and when should we be true to ourselves Antonia Fraser never addresses this or any other uestion that reuires any depth to an answer She writes only of their lives mixing with the glitterati of the literary film and theatre world and of their love always of their love for each otherIt is a lovely book a deeply romantic read but in a real sense not romance novel at all but it has to be said it is shallow I would have expected of an author known for her deeply penetrating and well researched historical biographies Perhaps love that deep needs no reflection it ust is two people as one and no uestions it s all an answer to the heart s uest in itself I ve never experienced that kind of love but I d like toview spoilerWant my phone number Send me your life cv first hide spoiler Read it years ago but it was so fresh and spontaneous and romantic The book was sincere and it showed the creative side of both Lady Fraser and Harold Pinter Please call her Lady Antonia after all her father was an Earl She relates that she was uite relieved when at a dinner party the host correctly
"Sat Her To His "her to his the rightful place for the daughter of an Earl Did she mention she is the daughter of an Earl No doubt a fascinating life lived around the best and the brightest But this person is everything wrong with the British class system Not a mention about how leaving her six 6 small children might have affected them Hmmmm Guess the nanny would have mentioned if they had been upset Do love her political leanings but when she takes pot shots at the US for it s treatment of the native population I thought of Seth Meyers and SNL Really Really More Barbara Cartland than Barbara Tuchman Yes they had an amazing life And who isn t a sucker for a love story It was interesting to read about some of it Glad I don t know her uite I only finished this book because I owe a review for the ARC Ugh 300 pages of self important boring diary entires and endless name dropping I ve never read any of her books before and based on this never will again. We say I must go now not I must to go now Use of must In general must expresses personal obligation Must expresses what the speaker thinks is necessary Must is subjective Look at these examples I must stop smoking You must visit us soon He must work harder In each of Must you go? my life with Harold Pinter Randwick Randwick City Library Services Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools Extras; Stats; Share Social Mail ueen The Show Must Go On Official Video Taken from Innuendo ueen The Show Must Go On promo video Click here to buy the DVD with this video at the Official ueen Store Here are things you must do before you go to bed So you must try to detach yourself from udgement while doing this exercise You will have a few things to feel proud about and a thing or two that you’ll learn to do differently It’s a win win either way This will help you keep a track do differently It’s a win win either way This will help you keep a track your progress and your goals and help you feel prouder of how far you’ve come the next day Conjugaison go | Conjuguer verbe go anglais | Conjugaison du verbe go en anglais voir les modles de conjugaison en anglais les verbes irrguliers La traduction du verbe go en contexte Modals 'must' and 'mustn't' | LearnEnglish Kids Grammar Rule Examples I must do my homework You mustn’t be late for class We must wear our school uniform Remember We can use ‘must’ to talk about rulesFor the negative we can say ‘must not’ or ‘mustn’t’ Parents must take care of their children You mustn’t shout in the library She must not forget her books Be careful The main verb is without ‘to’ Verbe to go Conjugaison anglaise Conjugaison du verbe anglais to go au masculin Verbe irrgulier go went gone Traduction franaise all.