Harold Pinter, a Nobel laureate in literature in 2005 was some what different in the melee of the well known dramatists of the contemporary period, his characters move around like real characters, feel pain, anguish and anger as we do in our day to day life. These characters are victims of either traditions or systems or psychological, maladies. They Endeavour hard to look for an identity in the society, but the system of the society is bent upon hunting them out. They are either lost in the wilderness of the concert world or vanish abruptly. The nebulous world turns to them nefarious, detrimental and victim, while reaching their identities. Their incomprehensible self annihilation and destruction is marked with passivity and ambiguity. It is an attempt by the dramatist to depict the conflict of the generations, or a class of the society. Because as a modern dramatist Pinter does not allow the audience to make up its mind so easily and keeps the audience in a constant state of tension by bringing its mind into a dialectical opposition to its feelings. They are perpetually betrayed in their search as once they heave a sigh of relief the another problem crops up before them.