Her change is simply external. In the next couple of days Rita comes to Franks office to apologise, this shows the audience that she still cares about him even though previously she was swallowed up with self pride and arrogance. The door is a sign for Rita to re-think whether she really does want a change in her life and whether she really is ready to make a change. Rita gained a significant rewards as well as significant self discovery, after her journey through new experiences. This poem tells us to take a chance, to leave your comfort zone, take a gamble, take a risk, risk it all, risk anything, heck! In the play Educating Rita by Willy Russell there are two main characters, Rita and Frank. The opening scene portrays to us the two completely different worlds in which Rita and Frank live.
Similarly a newspaper article ' A Getting Of Wisdom' published on March 3rd 2007, an Indigenous boy expericens mental and emotional obstacles throughout. By doing this it involves change both physically, mentally and challenges through obstacles. Frank on the other hand is going even further down but despite this he seems to be quite content more so than at the start of the play. When going from familiar experiences to new ones, obstacles are usually met before being totally successful. She identifies that her lack of education keeps her trapped in her world that she is shut out of and wants to become educated so she can 'see'.
After having read the play and seen the movie I am struck by a number of differences. You wanna get it fixed! Its main plot of an older, more cultured man helping shape an eager, impressionable young woman is a common trope in literature and myth. As Rita progresses she shows she is determined to gain an education. Eventually he realised he did not want to end up working in a factory, yet it was to late as there were only six months of school left he did not make an effort, he felt his fate lay in factory work so he spent his day. All action is inevitably confined within these four walls.
After having read the play and seen the movie I am struck by a number of differences. Through the help from her reluctant tutor, Frank, Rita attempts to overcome the social constraints that prevent an individual from transferring between different social classes and solidify her position in the educated middle class. He then had numerous jobs, including writing songs that he preformed. Bourgeoisie, Change, Education 1065 Words 3 Pages Moving into the world is an experience which limits and extends individual freedom As you move into the world, you experience numerous challenges which are essential in order to mature both physically and mentally. Russell uses humour as a tool to engage and entertain his audience whilst at the same time dealing with serious topics. Changes take place in every one through our lives everyday; In this essay I will be exploring the changes that have happened in Franks and Rita relationship in the play Educating Rita by Willy Russell.
In this text we see a fairly un-educated woman blossom and find herself through education; the obstacles she faces on her way to knowledge are the stepping stones in finding herself and entering the new world of education. Rita sees and understands the importance of being well educated, but for Rita, education helps her to overcome her background and break away from the traditional role expected of a woman in the 1970s. We are especially blessed today to have Willy Russell famous. What she loses is less obvious. As Rita settles into her new routine she begins to experience problems with her husband, Denny. The attraction of two people especially deals with having a relationship.
This tells us that Frank,. Language and identity are two expressions that need to be explained. The transitional journey involves gaining knowledge, understanding and insight with difficult and challenging consequences which can be both positive and negative. The environment Rita lives in is run down and dirty there is no front garden and no green space. How would you direct an actress playing Juliet during her confrontation of Capulet in the latter stage of act 3 scene 5? Her intention is to gain a college education and she largely succeeds in this. Frank said that he wanted her to come and be herself saying they would have thought she was funny, delightful and charming, and when Rita suggests that Frank only invited her so they could all have a laugh Frank got very offended. New experiences can lead to a number of obstacles which individuals must overcome in order to gain significant rewards.
Rita is a hyper and open minded character, searching for adventure. Another thing that sheds more light on things is the ending of the movie which makes for a more definite resolution. The door is a symbol for the barrier of going into the world. I have missed you so much. Rita wants to be a different person, and live an altogether different sort of life than she has lived so far. I have chosen this scene because I feel it contains the most significant changes to both the characters in the play. Act 4 and 5 contains the dramatic climax of the play.
The protagonists have had to question their attitudes and beliefs before they could move ahead into the new world. Although obstacles have to be overcome when going into the world, there usually is a mentor guiding the individual into the world. Risk everything, and embark upon the outside world. And created sadness and humour for Frank. The relationship between Frank and Rita reaches a crisis point. Rita feels that there is no meaning to life, and she wants to find one.