A savage tale of class conflict - battled in the bedroom. Jimmy Porter is angry. Overeducated and underemployed, he is stuck in a dead-end job. His wife won't talk to him. His best friend is always by her side. When her upper-crust friend shows up unexpectedly, Jimmy reaches the breaking point. John Osborne's ground-breaking story of a working-class hero fighting for his wife's love is as resonant now as it was in 1956, when Kenneth Tynan wrote... "I could not love anyone who did not wish to see LOOK BACK IN ANGER."