Hi there!

I had to write an essay for homework and I would like you to correct it please! Thanks in advance!

... here it is ...

Educating Rita

Rita’s social class

In this essay I am going to deal with the question in which social class Rita is to put.

Generally I think to assess in which social class someone belongs, we have to look at three criteria: Education, manners and income.

Rita’s education is fairly low and therefore she wants to be educated by a teacher, Frank. The play is not for nothing called “Educating Rita”. Bearing in mind that Rita decided on her own to go to Open University it is most likely that she considers herself uneducated. Additionally talking about “the educated class” she refers to them with “they”, not with “us” (p. 12 ll. 34) All along mistaking famous authors like Shakespeare or Eliot with unknown writers Rita displays her lack of education, too. Even if it’s not inevitably an evidence, yet she attented a school were knives and fights were “just normal” (p.23 ll. 22,23).

Rita’s manners already become quite clear at the very beginning of the play. She enters the room without one single word of welcome and she even asks Frank intimate questions about his marriage (p. 26 ll. 22).

Her income can only partly be estimated, because we neither know Denny’s job nor what he earns a month. But since Rita is a lady’s hairdresser she probably does not earn that much.

Comming to a conclusion it is little suprise that Rita entirely corresponds to the image of a working-class member.
Hi there,

Just a few comments:

Rita’s social class

(Add something here to tell your readers you're analyzing a character in a play)

In this essay I am going to deal with the question (prep) in which social class Rita is to put.

Generally I think to (awkward) assess in which social class someone belongs, we have to look at three criteria: Education, manners and income.

Rita’s education is fairly low and therefore she wants to be educated by a teacher, Frank. The play is not for nothing (put it at the end of the sentence) called “Educating Rita”. Bearing in mind that Rita decided (tense)on her own to go to Open University it is most likely that she considers herself uneducated. Additionally talking (awkward) about “the educated class” she refers to them with (prep) “they”, not with “us” (p. 12 ll. 34) All along mistaking famous authors like Shakespeare or Eliot with unknown writers Rita displays her lack of education, too. Even if it’s not inevitably an evidence (what are you trying to say?), yet she attented a school were knives and fights were “just normal” (p.23 ll. 22,23).

Rita’s manners already become quite clear (awkward) at the very beginning of the play. She enters the room without one single word of welcome and she even asks Frank intimate questions about his marriage (p. 26 ll. 22).

Her income can only partly be estimated, because we neither know Denny’s job nor what he earns a month. But since Rita is a lady’s hairdresser she probably does not earn that much.

Comming to a conclusion it is little suprise that Rita entirely corresponds to the image of (only the image?) a working-class member.
It’s a nice day, at Philadelphia Thomas like playing sports and his very athletic. Thomas is really a nice person and always stay out of trouble. Thomas is going to write a latter to his best friend Wilson to . At that time they didn’t have any computers or post offices.

When Thomas wrote the latter, now he’s going to send it to at NJ (). The only way he can send it by using the bottle putting the latter inside the bottle. Now, he’s going to put the bottle in the water and it will take couple of days to get there. “Good-bye latter” said Thomas.

Now, the bottle is still in the lake, traveling like people. The middle of the lake the bottle was stopped between some rocks, because water’s are decreasing and not enough water for bottle to move around. Is getting darker as the sun goes down. It’s a night time nice and quiet.

Next morning, the sun is rising as the day is getting light, and water’s are increasing, and bottle will have enough water to NJ. Now, bottle start it move and it’s moving really fast. The bottle is getting really closely to NJ. saw the bottle coming, but bottle isn’t still close enough for to receive the latter. He’s so happy to see the bottle, he got excited’ bottle is coming, bottle is coming’, shouted.

Finally, the bottle hit the wall end of the lake. jumped in the water, grabbed the bottle, and ran home with a big smile on his face. The people are looking at him and they wondered why so happy does. When got home went straight to his room. He took the latter out of the bottle and started reading it. After, he’s done reading it at the end of the latter it said “would you write a latter back my friend when you get this” said by Thomas.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.


Findley gives specific dates and locations because it helps the reader to a better understanding of the story; it is easier to follow the novel. As well in this novel Findley goes back and forth to the events so by giving the dates and the locations it helps the reader to relocate in the story. It may also be so the reader by reading all the details of the novel, he might put himself into the situation and make the novel more personal. It is also so we can trail along Robert Ross life. In All Quiet on the Western Front, Remarque doesn’t give details of their personal lives he concentrates in the war accepts and not about the characters personals lives. Findley switches from the war scene to their personal lives in order to keep the novel more interesting. It discusses what is happening when it is happening.