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Act 1 Scene 1 the audience hear Rita before meeting her. Rita is illustrated as nervous and ill at ease, immediately her language makes her an attractive character to the audience

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Educating Rita coursework In Act 1 Scene 1 the audience hear Rita before meeting her. Rita is illustrated as nervous and ill at ease, immediately her language makes her an attractive character to the audience. I'm comin in aren't I? This suggests she is nervous but tries to hide it by saying it's that stupid bleedin handle on the door? ...read more.

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Also the door is being symbolised as a barrier to the academic world and she is pushing it open to discover a world that she does not no anything about. When Franks says you are? She replies what am I? Frank pardon. Rita what I am what. ...read more.

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But then says look at those tits. To try a change the subject and make it humorous this shows hat she is nervous and talks a lot to try and cover it up. The audience realise that Rita is lively and amusing character. Rita doesn't fit in with the rest. Rita You work for the ordinary university don't y? With real students. The Open University is different isn't it? This suggests that Rita feels different from the others and not like a student. ...read more.

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