Rita seems to think that she is a completely different race when compared to the other students.
But when Frank states that Rita is the first Open University student that he has taught.
Russell wrote the play in the 1980s From your study of Willy Russell's Educating Rita, describe which character in the play changes the most Explain: · How the characters change · The characters role in the play · How the playwright uses dramatic devices · How the use of language shows these changes · How these changes reflect the social, historical and cultural background.
The play 'Educating Rita' was written by Willy Russell in 1985, for all the Analysis of Educating Rita Scenes 7 and 8 are the two last scenes in Act1.
He is unable to cope with his life and is incapable of changing it, so he uses alcohol as an emotional crutch to give support and hide behind.
Frank and Rita are two prime examples of 'the grass is greener on the other side', each one is on the side that the other wants to be on, and they are using each other to get to where they want to go.
Seeing as it is only a two act play, this is a good point to reflect on how Rita and Frank's relationship has changed and developed since the beginning, both as teacher and student and on a more personal level.
In scene 7 Rita and Frank talk about why Rita did not show up for Frank's dinner party and Rita explains how she was seriously thinking Educating Rita-Introduction Willy Russell's play, 'Educating Rita' centers around the development of the main character; Rita, as she goes through on her journey towards becoming a woman of the middle class.
Frank was just asking for her name in a way that is un-familiar to Rita and even then, they still do not introduce themselves to each other until later on in the scene.
Rita then starts to look at a nude print and how she describes it is not typical of someone of her background because she says it is very erotic.