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Rita is a working class person who is trapped in life She is trapped by the mundane routine that she is following She wants to break free of her social class and have choice When we first meet Rita she proclaims that she wants to know Everything maybe not a feasible goal but an ambitious one She believes by walking into Franks room she will be taught a whole new culture and class Rita had begun her education before she stepped foot into Franks room She had done this by watching the ballet and opera on the television even though those around her were opposed to the idea and that she her fact didnt understand it Rita had also begun reading what she considered to be a literary novel Rubyfruit Jungle She was so taken by the book that she even changed her name to Rita after the author of the book Rita would not take no for an answer when Frank told her he wasnt really up to the job and that he could find a much better teacher to suit her needs She walks from the room and then realises Frank is the teacher she wants and tells him that Rita has very low self-esteem in the beginning she needs constant reassurance particualy from Frank as he is her role model Do you think Ill be able to do it In a strange way this also confirms how determined Rita is in succeeding by having the reassurance from Frank she knows that she is doing right Rita was awe-struck when she discovered that Frank had read not only parts of TSEliot but also all of his works Impressed Honest She admires Frank for this because shes tried to understand Eliot but never quite got there Rita has never been to the theatre before Shes never felt worthy enough to and would never dream of going on her own Shes not confident enough within
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