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    Hi, what Class is Frank? Higher class or Middle class?

    And Rita is an uneducated women in the working class right?

    Thanks.
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    Frank is educated middle class. Rita is uneducated working class. I think this is right, but it's hard to make distinctions between class boundries. I looked at this play as an intro to English Language AS. What are you studying it for?
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    (Original post by thethinker)
    Frank is educated middle class. Rita is uneducated working class. I think this is right, but it's hard to make distinctions between class boundries. I looked at this play as an intro to English Language AS. What are you studying it for?
    It's for my GCSE essay

    Bet I'd ace it though
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    (Original post by Instincts_2012)
    It's for my GCSE essay

    Bet I'd ace it though
    Frank is an educated middle class, as stated but it is also important to look at his use of alcohol. Rita is the lower class (uneducated) in this, but she turns her life around by going to the open university and becomes educated, where as Frank drinks himself into depression, so it could be seen as Frank's downfall. If that makes sense.
 
 
 
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