The term Angry Young Man
was originally applied to John Osborne, by the English Stage Company publicist George Fearon, following the 1956 stage release of Look Back in Anger (Rebellato, 1999: 116).
Roger meets our man Ben; The Who in their prime; Daltrey is still an angry young man
PS: astute readers who guessed that the angry young man
was me are correct.
It is safe to assume that Mr Blair will not be losing too much sleep over the activities of a former Monty Python star, a serial Marxist, a playwright who was once an angry young man
and the ubiquitous Boris Johnson.
He went on to say that his description of burning villages and machine-gunning women and children as "war crimes" was "over the top"--just the bluster of an angry young man
Other stand-outs included a be-bop Mr Soft and the angry young man
sentiments of It Wasn't Me a little-known song from the Best Years Of Our Lives album, which Steve insists he's never played live before.
He describes his after-combat self as possessing an "intense skepticism about official utterances of any sort, military, political, ecclesiastical, or academic," and says that he was "angry at the whole postwar atmosphere of public misrepresentation and fatuous optimism " Back again at Pomona College and then on to Harvard for graduate school, Fussell was "now convinced that my duty was criticism, meaning not carping, but the perpetual obligation of evaluation" In effect, Fussell's life's work of critically studying people and the language they're enmeshed in is that of an angry young man
growing old, but not soft.
The demigod status of Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor and Dev Anand -- beyond of the individual image they portrayed -- was about cashing in on the optimism ruling a newly- Independent nation just as Amitabh Bachchan's angry young man
avatar took over in the seventies, an era of simmering discontent.
The cult of youth is coming and the Danish Prince is a rebel with a cause - the original angry young man
ON Saturday, was Wayne Rooney a foul mouthed, charmless, snarling, angry young man
in a Manchester United shirt?
He has developed physically and matured mentally, transforming himself from an angry young man
into a well-balanced star who still has his best years ahead.
Despite this play being about an angry young man
, it really does show a wonderfully complex female friendship between Alison and Helena.
I had assumed from his vitriolic abuse of me (Voice of the North, March 13) that he was an angry young man
Featuring contributions from angry young man
John Lydon himself.
The man credited with inventing the phrase Angry Young Man
was the press officer of the Royal Court Theatre, George Fearon, but it wasn't until an article in the Evening Standard referred to that 'angry young man
, John Osborne' in July 1956, two months after the opening of his play Look Back In Anger, that the name seemed to stick.