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The Go-Between

The Go-Between is a novel by L.P. Hartley[?] (1895-1972), published in London in 1953.

The plot has striking parallels to that of a classical Danish novel, Brudstykker af en Landsbydegns Dagbog ("Fragments from a Parish-Clerk's Diary") by St. St. Blicher (1824).

In 1970, The Go-Between was made into a movie directed by Joseph Losey with the same title.

The cast included, among others, Julie Christie, Margaret Leighton[?], Michael Redgrave, and Edward Fox[?]. The screenplay was written by Harold Pinter. Music for the film was composed by Michel Legrand.

The film won the 1971 Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) at the Cannes Film Festival.

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