'To be or not to be' has always been the question. Throughout the ages, since man first initiated reasoning, this subject has never ceased to fascinate the fancy of thinkers. The medium of expression changed a lot of shapes but the idea of existence stayed. Harold Pinter, a well known dramatist and theater genius was one of the chief literary contributors of this field of knowledge and the thoughts propounded through his plays never lost their appeal in the literary world. This book attempts to discern an existential pattern and the extent of his Existential thought. The most Important constituents of the understanding of Pinter regarding existence and the inner ties and links between different predominant elements of ideology along with the inter-disciplinary dialogue within his works are some of the concerns, that have been discussed in this book.