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An Inspector Calls Diary Entry. Daisy Renton has got to go. Shes history!

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Friday 4th July 1912 I can't do it anymore. I want to but I just can't. It was supposed to be a bit of fun, I thought it was fun, but not that I'm engaged to the love of my life, it's simply too hard to carry on. I must finish with Daisy. She has got to go. I know it's not right and I do feel guilty towards her, I mean I did set her up and I gave her a home and we were really getting along but it's not fair on any of us. I wish I didn't do it. Why did I do it? ...read more.

Middle

I can't do this to her. No! I have made my decision. She isn't right for me and mother and father would be absolutely mortified if I was to stay with Daisy who is so clearly below our social status and it could end up sabotaging our reputation in society. I would be mocked and laughed at. Anyhow Sheila is the one for me; she is the one I love. Daisy Renton has got to go. She's history! I must leave her but I can't hurt her feelings, we were so happy together. ...read more.

Conclusion

Now I'm sick and tired of the lies and deception; it's got to stop. Now! Saturday 12th July 1912 I went to see Daisy today, early so that no-one knew. I think she was expecting it to end soon but just not so soon. I heard her cry. I felt as though I should comfort her but she pushed me away; said I was just making it harder for her, she told me she would be gone by midnight. I thought I was doing the right thing but it seems as though I have done the complete opposite. ...read more.

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