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  1. An In Spector Calls - How does Priestly use linguistic and dramatic device to convey his message to the people of 1945 that 'we are all members of one body'?

    Priestly was, himself, a strong believer in the importance of community. He had the prominent commitment, determination, and mood of hope to influence the elections of 1945. He used his 'perceptive mind' and 'skillful pen' to contribute to the gradual change to socialist government during 1945. Priestly's main contribution was supplied in the form of his detective play titled; 'An Inspector Calls'. Piestly completed this masterpiece within the first weak after the war. Although 'An Inspector Calls' can be considered as an impressive detective story and play, it is far more renowned for the message that it carries. Priestly has intended for his play to do more than to simply entertain.

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