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An Inspector calls

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Introduction

Luke Booth An Inspector calls In the play "An Inspector Calls" by J.B. Priestly, the first scene is very important because it introduces characters in the play and sets the mood for the rest of the play. At the beginning the of the play the whole group are sitting at the dinner table and are all at ease with each other. ...read more.

Middle

J B Priestly has written the play well and you really feel sorry for the characters when things don't go their way. In addition, you can empathise with them and you share all of their emotions. Out of all the characters Mr. Birling develops most throughout the play because he has one of the main roles, therefore you know Mr Birling the best. ...read more.

Conclusion

When the inspector arrives at the house Mr Birling seems to be letting him know he is an important person in the town. He does this when he says; "I was an alderman for years and Lord Mayor two years ago and I'm still on the bench so I know the Brummly police officers quite well" Birling's true character begins to show through when the inspector implies that the girl, Eva smith, was unfairly dismissed. " ...read more.

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