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Examine Friel's presentation of the Irish in the play as a whole

Summary: brain friels play translations and analysis of the irish in it
One of the most important scenes to find out how different characters see the Irish is act2 sn1. Friel's introduction to this scene already shows important signs as to how he presents the Irish. `Yolland's official task, which Owen is now doing'. This already shows that Yolland a trained English soldier cannot perform his task, however Owen an Irish man, the son of a Hugh who runs the hedge school, does it for him. This already shows that Friel portrays the Irish as clever people compared to the English.

Also in Friel's introduction he includes `Yolland's hesitancy has vanished - He is at home here now.' This shows that Yolland who is English respects the Irish way of life and feels like he belongs with the Irish now. This is something that he didn't feel before.

Early on in the scene When Owen and Yolland are `Anglicising'...

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