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Absent Friends: Act One

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Introduction

Absent Friends: Act One The stage directions for the first part of Absent Friends tell us a lot about the house and the two other characters in the first act. It shows that Diana's house is modern and therefore Diana must be Modern and with the style. ...read more.

Middle

Diana also seems as though she spends a lot of money on her appearance and how she is judged and strikes me as an upper-class snob. This is backed by how Alan Aykbourn describes her directly: "Impression of being slightly fraught" So she seems "paranoid" and quite unsociable. ...read more.

Conclusion

She also seems dreamy and again unhappy. It describes her as: "a heavily made3-up, reasonably trendily dressed, expressionless girl" So this girl is a dawdler, dreary but neat young parent not willing to be here at Diana's house and waiting for someone rather than just visiting as they seem very different people. Thomas Sutton 10HE ...read more.

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