Look Back in Anger

Explain the role of angry young man movement.

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After his play ‘Look Back in Anger' burst onto the stage in London in 1956, John Osborne was described in the press as an “angry young man.” The label came to be associated with the dominant British literary movement of the decade, which was characterized by disdain for the establishment and its class distinctions and mannerisms.