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Both Shiela and Eric Birling Change Significantly During the Course of the Play. What do you think?

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Introduction

BOTH SHIELA AND ERIC BIRLING CHANGE SIGNIFICANTLY DURING THE COURSE OF THE PLAY. WHAT DO YOU THINK? I agree with this statement because at the beginning of the play Sheila seems very bubbly and she is always happy about everything, but as the truth comes out as the play goes on Sheila becomes unhappy and more and more upset. ...read more.

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We learn that each of the characters are like one another in there own kind of way, thinking is nothing to worry about for the family, life is great. The writer shows that the characters are pleased with themselves by using happy phrases and making sure nobody snaps at one another. This is at the start of the play of course. ...read more.

Conclusion

towards Eric to indicate that he is drunk. Her use of slang expressions help emphasise her youth. However at the beginning of the play when shiela's story is revealed she seems to have very similarities to her father Mr Birling. She seems very selfish and full of self-importance. An example of this behaviour is when shiela gets Eva Smith fired from her job at millwards just because Eva smiled at another assistant when she was trying something onb which both the assistant and shiela's mother objected to before hand. ...read more.

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