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DREAMING IN ENGLISH. Are you dreaming in English yet?

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lunes, 1 de junio de 2015


In An Inspector Calls J.B. Priestly looks back in anger to the 20th century Britain. Society is basically concerned with profit and money and the abyss separating upper and lower classes seems bigger than ever. To understand this wonderful play have a look at the historical context. What was going on in Britain in 1945? 
Remember the play was written in 1945 but it was set in 1912. This is done deliberately by they author. Why do you think this is like that?
 Watch the video and let's discuss about it!! 

Listen to Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot and The Hours director) and his opinion about this play,which he himself directed as well.

 Here you have the whole play in a BBC version performed in th 8os.

An Inspector Calls 

An Inspector Calls P2

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