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Analysis of John Osborn’s Look Back in Anger

Analysis of John Osborn’s Look Back in Anger

My first question was: Who? Who (has to) look(s) back in anger? Is it Jimmy? Is it the reader perhaps?
I have to admit that I read this drama multiple times. John Osborn uses symbols in an open manner and meanwhile makes the whole picture easier to see. However, at the same time, this makes it harder to put my thoughts into comprehensible sentences.

The Difficulties of Translating

The Difficulties of Translating

Previously, I have already explored some aspects of this topic in an essay that I shared on my site. However, I thought it was lacking in academic support and mostly contained my views and experiences. Therefore, I decided to re-evaluate and re-edit that post.

A drop of philosophy

A drop of philosophy

A little food for thought about life and dreams. Most of these I already explored in one of my previous writings, but I thought I could raise some interesting questions. These I did not include in this form, previously.

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