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  1. How has your reading of J.B Priestley’s “ An Inspector Calls” been enhanced by Stephen Daldry’s production at the Garrick Theatre?

    In contrast, the production situates a house and a very small distant house. The Birling's house is displayed high up from the street with a cobbled pavement breaking up around the house. The way it is high up from the street seems as if they are higher up in society and when the house is opened they are unprotected by the house. The set is symbolic and is a character in the play because it changes. The house has it's own personality that it changes and it is a display of the Birling's stability in society.

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