The Browning Version Summary – This is a play which highlights the attitude of teenage students towards his teacher. Moreover, his remarks are awful because they are very close to reality. He mimics the voice of Mr Crocker-Harris. And call the man practically inhuman. He is extremely fearful of his teacher. Moreover, his promotion depends upon the quirk or goodwill of his teacher. However, he opens up when the other science teacher encourages him to do so. Further, the teenager hates Greek play because he does not like the teacher’s method of teaching. Besides, in order to make them like him, Mr Crocker-Harris seems to hate people. In addition, this description of a teacher is damaging. And ultimately, it reflects the hopeless quality of teachers.