A failed teacher finds redemption -- a review of The Browning Version by Terrence Rattigan

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The Browning Version, a play by Terrence Rattigan, is currently being revived in the West End, paired with a rather non-descript David Hare play, South Downs. This old warhorse remains one of the best plays about teaching, despite its age.


This the moving part in the play when Crocker Harris receives a gift (as I explain in my review):


The final speech in the filmed version but not the play is very powerful.

The complete play can be watched here:

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