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Question 1: The "________" device of a disruptive outsider entering a claustrophobic environment is another recurring theme.
Characteristics of Harold Pinter's workHarold Pinter bibliographyHarold Pinter and academiaHarold Pinter

Question 2: The executive producers were Robert Michael Geisler and John Roberdeau, who later produced ________’s The Thin Red Line.
Terrence MalickChristian BaleBadlands (film)The New World (film)

Question 3: Hide and Seek (1973) was a ________ novel exploring the relationship between reader and author and contains a central protagonist, 'Daniel Miller', who is convinced he is the plaything of an omniscient author.
MetatheatreMetafictionStory within a storyMeta-reference

Question 4: Trask's 1966 translation of Casanova's memoirs (________), Potter recast the Venetian libertine as a man haunted by his dependency on women.
DresdenLeipzigHistoire de ma vieVenice

Question 5: Dennis Potter biography and credits at the ________'s Screenonline
Imperial War MuseumChannel 4British Film InstituteBBC

Question 6: [7] In 1992 he directed a film, Secret Friends (from his novel, Ticket to Ride), starring ________.
Alan BatesAlec GuinnessRex HarrisonPaul Scofield

Question 7: Dennis Potter at the ________
CDNOWInternet Movie DatabaseAmazon.comBox Office Mojo

Question 8: The play centered around a young man who attempts to blot out memories of the sexual abuse he suffered as child in his obsession with the music of ________.
LondonSingaporeUnited KingdomAl Bowlly

Question 9: Brought up a Protestant he attended the local Salem chapel, and went to Christchurch junior school where, in 1946, he passed the ________ entrance examination to Bell's Grammar School at Coleford.
KentEleven plus examSecondary modern schoolNorthern Ireland

Question 10: His father, Walter Edward Potter (1906–1975), was a coal miner in this rural mining area between ________ and Wales; his mother was Margaret Constance, née Wale (b.
PlymouthGloucesterExeterBristol







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