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Title: 50's

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Date: June 17, 1998
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Three of these characters, including Nancy Hawkins of Muriel Spark's A Far Cry from Kensington, Jim Dixon of Amis Kingsley's Lucky Jim, and Jimmy Porter of John Osborne's A Look Back in Anger, represent the rebellious side of civilization in the 1950's. Each of these drastically different characters takes a different approach to their personal rebellion...

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Jim Dixon can arguably be considered an anarchist in many of the traits he exhibits throughout the text. Whether it be drinking the night away as a means of rebellion or burning the bed sheets of an over-night host, Dixon lacks certain social abilities that lead to a normal existence. Jimmy Porter on the other hand takes an extremely passive-aggressive approach to his personal rebellion...

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