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As well as writing in the dialect of rural working-class Norfolk, he also indicates some of the more prominent features of their accent by using eye dialect spelling. In this extract Beatie Bryant (aged 22) is home on a visit to her parents in their isolated cottage. She has been working in London and is full of the ideas impressed on her by her boyfriend there, called Ronnie. 38 Presentation of character Read the extract, out loud again if possible, and answer the following questions: 1 2 3 How does the dialect differ from Standard English?
Note there is no commentary. Text: Road (SCULLERY is on stage or on the floor to greet the audience as they come in. On stage Eddie’s Dad is in his house, sitting on an armchair, fixing a Hoover across his knee, the TV on. In another house, Louise’s Brother is sitting on a chair fixing an oily engine. Brenda enters her house and sits in an armchair smoking, tense. ) (‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ by Judy Garland is playing. ) (A match is struck. It is held underneath a broken road sign. The name part has been ripped off, leaving a sharp, twisted, jagged edge, only the word ‘Road’ is left.
Activity In 1965 a storm was raised by Edward Bond’s Saved which featured the stoning to death of a baby in a pram in a park. Read the opening to the play given here. Referring back to Unit 1, what do you notice about the stage directions here? What is distinctive about the dialogue and what does it tell you about the two characters? 20 Realism Text: Saved (The area of the play is south London. The stage is as bare as possible – sometimes completely bare. The living room. The front and the two side walls make a triangle that slopes to a door back centre.