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A group of British painters, the best known of whom was John Bratby, who in the years following the Second World War practised a form of social realism in their art which led them to concentrate on drab and sordid themes. A literary parallel was to be found in the plays of Arnold Wesker, Alun Owen, and other ‘angry young men’.

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