Jez Butterworth Essays
Butterworth's Use of Dramatic Method in Scene 1: 11th Grade
Butterworth, through his use of dramatic method, makes Scene One significant, particularly the extract where Ginger recounts Johnny’s antics at the fair ‘twenty years’ ago, by his characterisation of Johnny and his implicit comment on society....
A Comparison of Jez Butterworth and Christopher Isherwood's Resistance to Social Norms in 'Jerusalem' and 'A Single Man' 12th Grade
Social norms are the expected rules that determine what is acceptable or appropriate behaviour in particular social contexts, the resistance of which puts an individual at risk of prejudice. Jez Butterworth and Christopher Isherwood explore the...
Antiheroes and Their Identities: Comparing Jerusalem and The Wasp Factory. 12th Grade
The concept of the antihero is central to both Jerusalem and The Wasp Factory. By exploring their identities, the writers expose issues related to the society their protagonists are surrounded by. In his modern, realist play, Butterworth creates...