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AS and A Level: Willy Russell
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Russell utilises this initial characterisation and continues to create humorous scenes in which Frank?s apathetic temperament and almost callous character becomes so captivating, even though you would imagine his cynicism as a trait associated with the antagonist in any story. Russell?s grim worldview and his opinion on the education system, a common theme of the play, comes through with Frank?s alcoholism and what he says about his position; ?To get the sack, it would have to be rape on a grand scale.
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