British Library moves for archive

<p>One of the most important postwar literary archives will remain in Britain after the British Library yesterday announced it had acquired the letters, manuscripts, scrapbooks, photographs, programmes and emails of Harold Pinter, reports the Guardian.</p><p>The library has paid &pound;1.1m for more than 150 boxes of the dramatist&#39;s personal archive, which includes more than 12,000 letters between Pinter and virtually all the leading theatrical figures of the last 50 years, from Samuel Beckett to Joseph Losey to Arthur Miller to David Mamet.</p>