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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE

Wednesday, January 15, 1958

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for your pleasure.
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Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE Wednesday, January 15, 1958

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JIMMY PORTER:
)ITH SILVERMAN
T'STAN ING British
Kenneth Haigh and,^
ire currently starred on
o a play which prom- ;
a lasting statement on
century youth. Look
ager, by John Osborne,
created a storm of ap-
rgland, and has begun R
ane of contraversy in
States. The entire play
ashabby room in the
ilands. Jimmy Porter,
nan of the working
> has been educated in
smaller provincial uni-
as married Alison Red-
mg lady of the English
le classes. Having been
1 as a journalist, an
man, etc., etc., Jimmy
elped by friend Hugh
mother in starting a
shop.
ids have grown apart,
h Jimmy never tires of
including lengthy and
rantings on the evils
class in general and
particular. As the play
m is ironing and Jimmy
riend Cliff, a fellow
heir house, are reading
and bickering. Cliff
the most recent of
iends, all of whom he
;articularly dear to him
lison, with whom he
numerous suspiciously
conversations. Cliff,
s, acts both as a referee Photograph by Friedman-
zer in the marriage. In Courtesy Mr. Sol Jr
Helena, a childhood Kenneth Haigh and Mary Ure in a scene from "Look
lison's, moves into this in Anger," at the Lyceum Theatre in New York.
domestic household,
ig for a job and a room case. One of the most significant tempers, you were already
L. t appears tobe hatecaesinfcn tepryuwealad
ight for Jimmy and things about Look Back in Anger road to fame. Of course, tl
er time is largely oc- is that it gives new blood to real- down on the wage scale th
h her deep concern for ism. This is an age so dedicated laborers were, and the m
alth and welfare. The to the cause of realism that it has tasteful their work, the a
f crisis occurs when annointed a sort of high priest teresting they;were to the
hes off to Mrs. Tanner's whoe titles are variously "the The world of literatu
moe and Alison rushea s ,,a drama was in serious da
dummy and Daddy to man on the street," "a very or- becoming a second Library
sy's baby. Act Three dinary guy" and "the average gress record collection, I
he same cozy scene ex- man." So, for the past decade and given over solely to docu
Helena is now behind even beyond, far too many play- the fact that the struggle;
g board. It is some wrights, authors and script writers ordinary guy are struggle-
er. Minutes later, Ali- have surrendered themselves, body know. The chief contributo
crawling back to Jimmy. and soul, to the ritual of repro- library, was and is the
a fit of remorse,, de- ducing, verbatim if possible, the snobbery which holds tl
*n and Jimmy are un- life of the most "ordinary guys" little guys are the best.
.t permanently reunited they have met. True began to lose Hidden under the banne
rtain comes down, its essential meaning and became realism were a multitude
synonymous with real and real ary sins. It would be pie
Y would seem to end, became synonymous with average this were all past tense; it
and facilely, with the which, in turn, came to mean It seems that the American
errealistic touch; the something like lowest common de- having lost the Aristotliar
nd wife are unhappily nominator. The upshot of all this ing of truth and/or imit
only because, since was that, if you could produce a life, looks first and fores
out in this world, they dialogue that might have been a its own concept of reality
ne accustomed to mis- tape recording of two manual it has managed to squee
niraculously, is not the laborers discussing their wives' (Continued on Next P

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