Shelagh Delaney Essay | Taste of Honey Review

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Taste of Honey Review

Summary: In Shelagh Delaney's `A Taste of Honey', there is a variety of key elements that create adept drama throughout the scenes. In the early stages of the play, the focus is on the two women, Helen and Jo, and their problems and their attempts to deal with the troublesome reality which is life.
A Taste of Honey

In Shelagh Delaney's `A Taste of Honey', there is a variety of key elements that create adept drama throughout the scenes. I shall mainly focus on Act 2 Scene 1 of the play commenting on how she has made good drama by cleverly building up the suspense, associating it with the significance of the play as a whole whenever relevant.

As a start, many of the people in the 1960s were enthusiastic about the forthcoming play as during most of the fifties, British cinema was in a somewhat tired phase, repeating the same clichéd war stories and predictable gothic horrors over and over. So, many Londoners at the time were eagerly anticipating a hit, even if it took place in the theatre. `A Taste of Honey' was shortly launched in the new British wave known as the `Social Problem Films'.

In the early...

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