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An Inspector Calls - Missing Scene

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An Inspector Calls Missing Scene Brumley Women's Charity Organisation A young woman in her late 20's is seen walking towards a grey stoned building. The building has large two brown doors and eight small windows .The building is called the Brumley women's charity origination that helps women in need of help. The young woman walks up the steps to the building .She can hear her heart beating as she takes the last step she holds her breath and enters the building she says to her self Eva: (to her self) Please god let this work for me please. She takes a few steps forward and the secretary calls over. Secretary: Can I be of any help to you young lady? You look lost Eva: I have come to see the committee, as I need some help Secretary: Take a seat in the waiting room and I will let them know you want to see them The young woman walks towards a small wooden chair at the right hand side of the room. She picks up a leaflet and reads it; (the leaflet reads this) Brumley women's charity organisation is here to help you with all your needs. We will listen to your problems and try to help you with them. We will do anything to help you and try to understand. ...read more.

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(She stops as Mrs Birling interrupts) Mrs Birling looks at the young woman bitterly and furiously says to the young woman Mrs B: You said your name was Mrs Birling. Did you or did you not? Eva: Yes I did, as that is my name. Mrs Daisy Birling (calmly) Mrs Birling is in shock as the young woman has used her name. She says to her in a savage way Mrs B That is a lie. My name is Mrs Birling and my son is not married. I do not want to hear your story all you will so is lie. In shock the young woman wipes her eyes and takes a deep breath and tries to explain to Mrs Birling who is at the moment speaking to the other women at the table. Eva: Mrs Birling, I'm very sorry. My name is really Daisy Renton and I truly need help. Mrs B Why should I believe you? You lied to me and used impertinent use of my name Eva I am really sorry, Mrs Birling. It was just the first thing that came into my head. If you would, please, listen to my story Mrs B Go on then. I haven't got all day you know. Please, make it quick if you don't mind. Eva It all happened a year ago. ...read more.

Conclusion

I have nothing more to say to you. You shall not be getting a penny from my organisation or me. Now you please leave as we have better people to see. The young woman has burst into tears she makes an exit from the room when Mrs Birling says quite abruptly Mrs B Don't forget to close the door behind you, please. And thank you for coming to the Brumley Women's Charity Organisation. Please come again! The young woman has stormed out of the building. The secretary comes and speaks to her and calms her down Secretary Young Lady are you all right? What happened in there? Did things go according to plan? Eva They were so evil! She didn't help me or try to understand. They glued their eyes at me as if I was some type of animal. I'm not being rude but I would rather be left alone if you don't mind. Secretary I'm sorry, I wish I could help you. The secretary is called back into the building. She looks at the young woman and gives her a sympathy look and walks back into the building. The young woman goes down on her knees and screams out Eva Why Lord, did you let this happen? I have nothing and now I will have to do the worst thing I can think of: Kill myself. I'm sorry forgive me. (at the top of her voice) The curtains fall and Eva Smith has committed suicide. Alison Mclaren English CW Candidate Number 9019 Centre Number 20217 ...read more.

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