Both dramas examine the inhibitions which social class enforces on the individual, and the frequent desire to be dissociated from it. Whilst both are moved by the power of literature, its ultimate value has to be weighed against real world practicality. Just as Hector reaches out to Posner, for Hector, his experience of Literature is "as if a hand has come out and taken yours".
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For Posner, perhaps constrained by an inability to express something true about himself, life has not allowed him to reap the rewards of an Oxbridge education.
Crocker-Harris himself does not have a sufficient supply of money, and the conflict of the play surrounds him trying to ask for a pension. However, the capitalisation of his description that these lessons are "A Waste of Time", signifies the importance, to Hector, that not everything should have "anything to do with getting on".
Their aspiration to depart from their surroundings exemplifies the intellectually and socially repressive environment of working class Britain.
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