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By Hilary Claire, Janet Maybin, John Swarbrooke

First released in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.

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Osman and Gary chose Angry Arthur as a model and collaborated on a book about feelings, with themselves as the central characters. Their two male protagonists swung from destructive rage through catharsis to relief and happiness and offered some interesting insights into what may be going on for them (see the page from Grumpy Gary and Sad Osman reproduced opposite). In the original, Angry Arthur, the main character is extremely powerful and wreaks havoc all around him. In contrast Gary and Osman's characters are helpless victims of an external havoc over which they have no control.

Further whispering ensued, then Mark turned to me and delivered Steven's coup de grace. 'Steven says you're 35-40, you're a woman, you're a teacher, that's all he needs to know'. Steven's attempts to put me in my place were not a new experience. As a teacher, both at an off-site unit and in primary classrooms, I have frequently felt oppressed by the boys in my charge. I have been verbally abused and on a number of occasions, physically assaulted. At the time I rationalised that I was not a 'good enough' teacher.

In the original, Angry Arthur, the main character is extremely powerful and wreaks havoc all around him. In contrast Gary and Osman's characters are helpless victims of an external havoc over which they have no control. In the end everybody agrees to tidy up and the main characters feel much more positive about themselves. Already at the age of six, most of Gary and Osman's feelings of self-worth seemed to come from presenting themselves as 'tough' and 'cool'and investing in a male persona which largely precluded academic success.

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