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Inspector Calls Essay

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Who Acted Most Responsibly out Of the Five Characters Involved with Eva's Death? Out of the five characters involved with Eva's death I think Mr Birling acted the least responsible. When Eva came back from her holiday she started a protest with some other factory girls to get more money as they were being underpaid. Once the protest started Mr Birling saw this as a threat and stopped it at once by firing Eva. Mr Birlings main reason for firing Eva was due to the fact that she did have a point in her protest and he didn't want word to get out that he was underpaying his workers. ...read more.

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Although Eric got Eva pregnant I still think he acted most responsibly by staying with her and looking after her. Eric has a drinking problem and comes from a posh, high class family. Eric probably already feels like the rest of the family are looking down on him and wouldn't want to do anything else to give them reason to but when he finds out that Eva is pregnant with his child he takes the risk of getting caught by stealing money from his fathers business. ...read more.

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Gerald acted irresponsibly by sleeping with Eva or as he knew her Daisy when he was seeing Sheila at the same time. I believe that Sibyl acted neither responsibly or irresponsibly as she was only doing her job. As a member of the woman's committee it was her job to decide to help the women or not and the committee are not capable of helping every woman that comes to them. As Eva lied to the committee by saying her name was Ms Birling and so the real Ms Birling decided that there were more trust worthy woman that needed help and there fore sent her away. By Ryan Murray 11E ...read more.

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