England People Very Nice

England People Very Nice Written with scurrilous bravura Richard Bean s great sweep of a comedy follows a pair of star crossed lovers amid cutters mobs Papists Jewish anarchists and radical Islamists across four tempestuou

  • Title: England People Very Nice
  • Author: Richard Bean
  • ISBN: 9781840029000
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written with scurrilous bravura, Richard Bean s great sweep of a comedy follows a pair of star crossed lovers amid cutters mobs, Papists, Jewish anarchists and radical Islamists across four tempestuous centuries Irish and Jewish, that s the worst mix You end up with a family of drunk burglars run by a clever accountant.

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    1. There was controversy surrounding this play because the humor sometimes does rely on racist stereotypes, but I think it's an incredibly shallow reading of this complex play to reduce its humor or its message to those racist stereotypes. For me, there are three major thematic elements that are really important here. First, that Britain has spent generations panicking over the inflow of immigrants, who then become integrated and assimilated members of a British cultural identity which becomes incr [...]

    2. It makes some very valid points about immigration and acceptance. People moved to England for hundreds of years for asylum and the English became afraid of change and wanted these people out. Then they made families with immigrants and then MORE immigrants came in and the cycle repeated and it always will. It highlights the stupidity of the English and the extent of their prejudice towards refugees and asylum seekers. Although I found the play itself quite bland, it made a very valid point about [...]

    3. Four acts bracketed by a fairly incoherent framing device about the Home Office granting right to remain, written by someone who seems not to have bothered researching how the Home Office works. Then we get three acts of stereotypes being sort of funny, and a fourth act that seems to put forward the idea that feral Islamists are roaming East London, and that housing is preferentially allocated to Bangladeshi and Somali immigrants. Which is racist and untrue. I hope the physical comedy was except [...]

    4. I'm not sure what to make of this book. Obviously, I hate the racism. But I can understand the point of it. It makes you think about the ideas circulating society, and to question your own attitudes. I didn't know enough about the history of England to get all of the jokes, so a lot of it went over my head. There were some funny, non-racist lines in there which did make me laugh.

    5. I saw the play in London, then I read it. Sheer brilliance!! I adored it, despite the colorful language and the controversy it caused.

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