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These dialogue clashes reflect a linguistic conflict often noted within Owen himself, between a ‘natural Welsh … over-rich verbal fertility’, and ‘his Liverpool upbringing … the language he heard on the streets’ (Anonymous 1994). Their meeting is complicated by emotional and social tensions, resulting in, according to Henry Raynor (1967a), ‘a sensitive, terse, encounter of troubled people across class barriers’. As Blakely’s character says, ‘It came as a middling-sized shock to discover the paucity of the working man’s basic word power.
There is no information before me to cause me to think that the verdict of the jury was wrong’ (Hansard 1972). Part of Maudling’s response was read out in a voice-over by Shivas which was added to the play’s 1991 repeat. Though this repeat demonstrated the play’s lasting impact, it seemed to no avail, as Shivas remarked: ‘We had hoped for a posthumous pardon for Bentley, but it still to this day hasn’t come’ (Director). However, two years later, Bentley was granted a limited pardon, which accepted he should not have been hanged, but maintained his guilt.
The audience would like this too, having been told Rolinson_AC_02_Chap 1 30 17/5/05, 9:05 am The director in television’s ‘studio system’ 31 only what other characters think about him. Unable to give details because he lacks a sense of his own identity, it is only as Henry that he can sing, ‘This is my story, this is my song’. He has also committed thefts, but the fact that these are not shown reinforces the sense that this is not why he ‘conned’ his way into the community; nor, perhaps, why they expel him.
Alan Clarke by Dave Rolinson