A Better Class of Person
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"A Better Class of Person" is an autobiography written by dramatist John Osborne and published in 1981. Based on Osborne's childhood and early life, it ends with the first performance of Look Back in Anger at the Royal Court Theatre in 1956. A sequel, Almost a Gentleman, was published in 1991.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- director: Frank Cvitanovich
- starring: Eileen Atkins
- genres: Docudrama, Biographical film, Drama
"A better class of person" is a book by John Osborne.
- also known as "A better class of person (an extract of autobiography for television) ; and, God rot Tunbridge Wells"; "A Better Class of Person: An Autobiography 1929-1956 (Better Class of Person)"; "A Better Class of Person: An Autobiography,1929-56"
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by Raymond Boudon, Francois Bourricaud
Tennis courts assuredly 'attract a better class of person' than bicycle tracks. But the champion cyclist can be a candidate for the status of 'superstar' just as much as the tennis champion.
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