The play called Journey’s end is all based on real incidents of WW1, it is authored by R. C. Sherriff, the title of the play shows all of us the perform is about a journey although has to come to the end quite obvious but very important, In Act one scene a single we get a tip where Osborne is having a conversation with Hardy which leads onto quite part of the enjoy the big German born attack, ‘By the way, you already know the Big German born attack is usually expected any kind of day’. Certainly you would anticipate that you will be very amazed to hear on this news yet Osborne simply plays it straight down saying ‘It’s been predicted for the last month’ as if to state will that they ever get it done?
Now Osborne and Sturdy have a long conversation plus the audience need to think this is unconventional would they may have time to might if you’re asking what that is then simply ‘Ever advertisement earwig competitions? ‘ ‘ no’ ‘I will give you a tip’ ‘what’ ‘if u dip them in whiskey each goes like hell’ This I believe shows common men betting and competition but it also displays us the enjoyment of the conflict how close the military are jointly which remarks they have spent a long time inside the trenches together so it’s showing all of us that it is long ‘ When Robust finally leaves Osborne by itself, the make Mason is available in to talk about meal but Mason is the sort of character whom eve though there is conflict he can still is very funny. ‘Soup sir cutlets’ ‘Just kidding regular rationary meat sir appears to be liver but it really has not received that damp smooth appearance that liver organ has got and it has a noo shape. After this the new soldier has arrived and Osborne is there to greet him, the newest soldier is Raleigh nevertheless he is also still a schoolboy ‘Oh no you observe I just left college at the end with the last summer time term’ this shows all of us just how awful the battle situation was the fact that we were holding now forcing schoolboys in.
In action two field one again we find away about the meals and how you need to save it ‘well take the lumps out of my personal porridge, great keep the lumps and use um for dumplings the next occasion e ave boiled gound beef. Then they talk about the big attack again ‘the boche is up to something. The top attack can be soon’ After that Raleigh says something odd which makes the audience think although there your enemies ‘those germans are very well decent. there is a joke following where mason says ‘ would you like a lot of sardines’ zero I would loathe it sir’ very very good sir’ this show the target audience that builder gives it him as it is the only thing for him to eat and even though he hates it he has no decision but to take in it to built up his strength.
The main objective is Act three picture 3 begins with great imagery ‘The candles are no longer burning’ the intense darkness from the dug away is melted by the shine of the Very lamps in the sky over and above the entry. There is no audio except for the distant mutter of the firearms. ‘Putting the mug for the table’ shows it is a very big dug out as it may have all those things in the dug out, which usually shows all of us that they will need to have some importance.
Its start ‘Towards dawn’ which pieces the scene just another outdated day. ‘OT tea’ they have tea which shows that there is a jolly early morning meaning there may be two factors to the conflict. ‘Trotter is singing a long long trail’ which means the joyful there may be still connaissance in the middle of a war, there is also humour because Stanhope says ‘Has the milkman recently been yet in French’ ‘The faint sound of covers hitting the dug out’ This shows the best attack has started, intensifying ‘three more shells hit rapidly’ building up. ‘Trotter’s hands is quivering’ which reveals he is worried out of comfort. ‘Stanhope is still publishing in his book’ which means that this individual isn’t currently taking much see he is being calm ignoring the fact he could almost certainly die any minute. ‘Only corporal Ross hit’ demonstrating us the other side of the battle that it is not all peace and happiness. ‘Red glow of dawn’ Kind of angry coloring, Then Raleigh is taken in the again. ‘Bit of shells got him in the back, Fraid it’s out of cash his backbone, sir can’t move his legs. That’s where Stanhope understands how much this individual likes Raleigh, normally Stanhope would get these people took down to the big dug out on the best but not Raleigh, ‘Bring him down ere’ which displays Stanhope is saying Raleigh is important my best friend, ‘Raleigh wakes from unconsciousness ‘Hullo——Dennis’ which shows us that he is fragile from the harm and he is slowly about to die, but Raleigh thinks he can ok ‘Im okay at this point (he attempts to rise) then they are talking about the firearm noise ‘Nah it is typically their guns’ showing that they know the war is fifty percent lost and there isn’t a lot of hope left in that at all.
We certainly have an awful discussion that is and so sad regarding Raleigh will probably die nevertheless Stanhope is attempting to keep up the hope and then he passes away and it is all so sad. Then Stanhope leaves and a covering hits the dug away causing it to collapse snuffing out the candlestick leaving Raleigh in darkness, we can only think none of them survived.