Moving into the world is an experience which limits and extends individual freedom
As you move into the world, you experience numerous challenges which are essential in order to mature both physically and mentally. By maturing, it could mean that there will be limits and extends of an Individual freedom. This is explored in both the text "Educating Rita" by Willy Russell and "Pursuit Of Happiness" by Gabriele Muccino.
In the text "Educating Rita" by Willy Russell, Frank is an alcoholic academic educator who has taken on the tutorship to pay for his drinks, and Rita, who is dissatisfied with her work and social life and seeks inner growth by signing up for an open university english course. Rita speaks in local dialect filled with slang and swearing which enables the responder to reflect her social and cultural background. By shortening and running some words together, Rita reveals her working class status such as "y' wanna be careful with that stuff, it kills y' brain cells." Her working class background is also reinforced by her use of facial expression as she uses the phrase "taking the piss" . Through the use of various language technique and experience we can see that she changed from limited low social working class hairdresser into an limited academia and then into finding her real self that is academia social class hairdresser which extends her freedom, thus articulating that experience does limit and extend individual freedom
In contrast , Frank who uses formal language and speaks like an academia, revealing his status and educational background. "It's supposed to embrace a more comprehensive studentship, yes". Through the use of various formal language technique and experience such as "you're going to suppress, perhaps even abandon your uniqueness" we can see that he is helping Rita in changing her way of life but he did not notice the fact that he was being influenced by Rita and also changing his way of life. He undergo...
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