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الإثنين سبتمبر 26, 2011 3:42 pm










Introduction:



On May 8, 1956, Look Back in Anger opened at
the Royal Court Theatre as the third production of the newly formed English
Stage Company. The English Stage Company had been founded in 1955 to promote
the production of new plays by contemporary authors that might not find
production in the commercial West End theatre (London's equivalent of Broadway
in New York City). West End theatre provided quality acting and high standards
of production, but very little drama that related to life m contemporary
England. Most plays of the time were generally innocuous light comedies,
thrillers, and foreign imports—fourteen American shows in 1955 alone.



Osborne had submitted copies of Look Back in Anger to
every agent in London and to many West End producers and had been rejected by
all. When the script arrived at the Royal Court, the Artistic Director George
Devine and his young assistant director Tony Richardson knew it was exactly
what they were looking for. Look Back in Anger was viewed as a play that
would, as Devine later put it, "blow a hole in the old theatre."



Critical reception was strongly mixed: some detested
the play and the central character, but most recognized Osborne as an important
new talent and the play as emotionally powerful. They also recognized the play
as one that fervently spoke of the concerns of the young in post-war England.
Although the first production of Look Back in Anger was not initially
financially successful, after an excerpt was shown on BBC the box office was
overwhelmed. Osborne was publicized as the "Angry Young Man" and the
success of Look Back in Anger opened the doors to other young writers
who dealt with contemporary problems.



Author Biography



John James Osborne was born on December 12, 1929. in
Fulham, South West London. His father, Thomas God fry Osborne, was then a
commercial artist and copywriter; his mother, Nellie Beatrice Grove Osborne,
worked as a barmaid in pubs most of her life. Much of Osborne's childhood was
spent in near poverty, and he suffered from frequent extended illnesses. He was
deeply affected by his father's death from tuberculosis in 194! and also
remembered vividly the air raids and general excitement of war. Osborne
attended state schools until the age of twelve when he was awarded a
scholarship to attend a minor private school, St. Michael's College, in
Barnstaple, Devon.







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الإثنين سبتمبر 26, 2011 3:49 pm

Plot Summary



Act I



The plot of Look Back in Anger is driven almost
entirely by the tirades of Jimmy Porter rather than outside forces. The play is
set in a one-room attic apartment in the Midlands of England. This large room
is the home of Jimmy Porter, his wife Alison, and his partner and friend Cliff
Lewis, who has a separate bedroom across the hall.







The play opens with Alison at the ironing board and
Jimmy and Cliff in easy chairs reading the Sunday papers. Jimmy complains that
half the book review he is reading in his "posh" paper is in French.
He asks Alison if that makes her feel ignorant and she replies that she wasn't
listening to the question.



Act 2, Scene 1 Summary



It is two weeks
later, and Alison is making tea while Jimmy practices his trumpet offstage.
Helena enters, attractive and dressed expensively, carrying a large colander.
She works in the theater, and is a friend of Alison's from her life prior to
Jimmy. The women discuss Helena's help during the week and the two men. Helena
asks Alison if Cliff is in love with her, which Alison hesitatingly refutes.
Alison says that there's nothing substantial to their flirtation, and it's
completely innocent. She explains that Jimmy doesn't mind because it is a
"question of allegiances." They begin to discuss Hugh Tanner, Jimmy's
childhood friend, who, with Hugh's mother, started him off in the sweet
business. Alison disliked Hugh immediately when they moved in with him on their
wedding night.



Act 2, Scene 2
Summary



Alison
is packing for her departure as her father, Colonel Redfern, looks on. They
discuss the ailing Mrs. Tanner and the men's sweet-stall business. The Colonel
tells Alison that he actually understands a little of Jimmy's perspective,
although his wife surely wouldn't; as parents they do deserve some blame. The
Colonel admits that it would probably have been better for all if they had
never tried to interfere with the marriage, and tells Alison that they both
have the tendency to be unwilling to make decisions. Alison admits she probably
married for revenge, although she says that it is probable that her father may
not understand that concept, since it would take a female mindset to do so.




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الإثنين سبتمبر 26, 2011 3:51 pm

Act 3, Scene 1 Summary


Several months
have passed, and it is a Sunday evening at the apartment. It is obvious that
Helena has moved in, as her belongings have supplanted Alison's on the dressing
table, and Jimmy and Cliff are up to their usual discussion of the Sunday
papers. The prodding banter is the same, although Helena seems a little more
opinionated than Alison was. She seems to be more attentive to their banter
than Alison had been, and is ready with a response when asked. She is sometimes
amused by Jimmy's declarations, and sometimes caught off guard by his sudden
attacks. Jimmy and Cliff begin an old vaudeville routine, each playing a part,
including song and dance and Helena also plays a part as the butt of the joke.


Act 3, Scene 2 Summary


A few minutes
after Jimmy leaves, his trumpet can be heard. Alison relates how many times she
tried to come to the apartment, but she turned back before she got there. She
fiddles with Jimmy's pipe and tells Helena about how she even purposely sat
behind a man smoking one at the movies, even though she hates it. She laments
about arriving there at all, and the two women apologize to each other for the
wrongs they each have done. They argue about who is at fault between them,
Alison for barging in, or Helena for taking up her place to begin with.





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الإثنين سبتمبر 26, 2011 3:51 pm

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الإثنين أكتوبر 08, 2012 10:34 pm

It is a highly effective topic

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