Can You Tell I'm Getting Angry

In the big house they make tea in china cups brewed for 3 minutes. In the quarters they drink water from a ladle. Slavery has ended. To make amends the masters have agreed we can tell them what it has been like being us. What they want is a nice little puppet show that they can pack away when they tire of us. We’ve just explained: 'no, actually, we’re gonna build the quarters in the big house. My summation is nothing personal. It is about identifying the traditional mind-sets that are really playing in this scene. Photo Karen Rangeley. Film John Lloyd.

Sam: ' . . . the university has very specific ways of doing things . . . '

Linda: 'Can you tell I'm getting angry?'

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