Last Updated on July 29, 2019, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 155
How does the British secondary education system differ from that of the United States? Can you think of any changes that might benefit people such as those portrayed in Saved?
What is the ‘‘class system’’ in Britain? Does a class system exist in the United States? Discuss your opinions/ideas.
Compare Saved with a play by other working class writers such as Arnold Wesker or John Osborne (see What Do I Read Next?). Do the characters seem to have the same attributes? Are the worlds they live in the same?
Edward Bond believes that if people are crowded together, subjected to too much noise, and feel constantly threatened, they will become violent. Do you think there is merit in this? Can you think of areas near you where people live like that? Do you feel constantly threatened
Edward Bond thinks that the end product of working on an assembly line is dehumanization. Do you agree?
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