Pinter’s “Room”, “Dumb Waiter” available in Persian

November 19, 2007

TEHRAN -- The Iranian publication company Sabzan has recently released Persian versions of the English playwright Harold Pinter’s “The Room” and “The Dumb Waiter”.

These are the first plays that Pinter wrote and they have been translated by Reza Daduii, ISNA reported on Sunday.
Sabzan also plans in the forthcoming month to publish Pinter’s “The Caretaker”, “The Birthday Party”, “Night School”, “The Dwarfs”, “A Night Out” and “A Slight Ache”, which have all been rendered into Persian by Daduii who is a new hand amongst Iranian translators.
“The Collection”, “The Basement”, “Tea Party”, “Silence”, “Betrayal”, “Family Voice”, “No Mans Land”, “Victoria Station”, “The lover”, and “Old Times” are other works of the Nobel laureate Pinter which Daduii intends to translate into Persian