An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls

In J.B Priestley’s play ‘An Inspector Calls’, which is written after the First World War and like much of his work contains controversial, politically charged messages. In this play J.B Priestley present Sheila Birling’s change during the play, Priestley purposefully chose to present Sheila in this way to show the audience that her change should […]

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An Inspector Calls

In ‘An Inspector Calls’ Gerald Crofts ‘easy manner’ is disrupted by the Inspectors interrogation, as he begins to feel ‘distressed’ by his realisation of his part in Eva Smith’s/Daisy Renton’s life and death. Mrs Birling however remains entirely untouched by the Inspector’s questioning and she refuses to see how Eva’s death can have followed as […]

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