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The hero of the play, Jimmy Porter, who hails from the working class, is provided
with an intellect which only shows him that everything that might have justified
pride in the old England (its opportunity, adventure, material well-being, etc.)
has disappeared without being replaced by anything worthwhile. That is why
this “angry young man” fumes, rages, nags at a world which he finds as “out of
joint.” Undoubtedly, Look Back in Anger, is painful in its accuracy and immediacy