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How did Willy Russell make the opening dramatic and entertaining?

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EDUCATING RITA How did Willy Russell make the opening dramatic and entertaining? Willy Russell started the book revealing a dramatic secret about the main character Frank; he reveals Frank's drinking problem, 'jubilantly he moves to the Dickens section and pulls out a pile of books to reveal a bottle of whisky.' ...read more.

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Suddenly a bubbly, loud northerner enters the room. Before you get to know her character her entrance is dramatic and she is generally entertaining. After she comes in the room and 'dumps her bag' she just stands there until Frank questions her. ...read more.

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Rita finds some painting and describes it as 'erotic' and 'pornography of its day' where as Frank thinks that the painting is 'beautiful' and 'covers many feelings'. Rita's response to the painting is dramatic and Franks is more thoughtful. The most dramatic and entertaining part of speech is from Rita. 'Do you get a lot of students like me?' the reason I think it is so dramatic and entertaining is that it is a random comment that puts herself down. ...read more.

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