Angry young man
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The phrase angry young man, or angry young men, can refer to:
- British New Wave, also referred to as the Angry Young Man genre, a British film genre of the 1960s, featuring working class heroes and left-wing themes
- Angry young men, a journalistic catchphrase applied to some British writers of the mid-1950s, such as John Osborne, author of Look Back in Anger
- Fenqing, literal translation "angry young men", a Chinese slang term for young nationalists
- "Prelude/Angry Young Man", a song by Billy Joel
- "Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)", a song by the band Styx
- "The World is Full of Angry Young Men", a song by the band XTC included on the compilation album Rag and Bone Buffet: Rare Cuts and Leftovers
- "Angry Young Man", journalistic catchphrase for the Hindi film actor Amitabh Bachchan
- Angry Young Man (film), a 2014 Bollywood film
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