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    Analysing an Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestly

    Eddie is consistently in pursuit of justice in the play as a result of he thinks that the only cause Rodolpho needs to marry Catherine ‘is to get his papers’ this reveals us Eddies want for Catherine because he doesn’t want Rodolpho to marry her as a end result of he needs her for himself. […] More

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    An Inspector Calls essay

    Priestley’s dramatic strategies and how an understanding of the historic and social context would possibly help shape the response of an audience Before the characters begin talking Priestley describes the setting. The drama is ready in a large suburban house in 1912: this was before the First World War and a time of prosperity for individuals […] More

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    An Inspector Calls Character Analysis English Literature Essay

    1912 was the beginning of the terminal for many individuals ; unbeknown to the general populace the First World War would rule the lives of all. The Titanic would put canvas, however shortly come to an icy terminal, the Wall Street Crash would shortly lay waste to the financial system and the universe can be […] More

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    An Inspector Calls Diary entries

    “Gather your possessions and leave Eva”. These were the 6 final phrases Mr Birling said to me. Today I was sacked because I needed a increase at work. Twenty-two and six is hardly enough to assist myself. I really have six pence in my purse and the rent is due in two days. I really […] More

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    “An Inspector Calls” – Sheila”s Analysis

    At the start of An Inspector Calls, Sheila is introduced because the nave and immature. This can be seen by references to her father, and mother, utilizing the personal pronouns “Mummy” and “Daddy” “I’m sorry daddy, actually I was listening” This serves to emphasize her childish nature and lack of accountability. Additionally, stage instructions, similar […] More

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    An Inspector Calls, Social Responsibility

    An Inspector Calls was written by J. B. Priestley after the Second World War. It is set in the spring of 1912 at the Brumley residence of the Birlings, a prosperous industrial family in the North Midlands. When the Inspector Goole first enters the scene, Mr. Birling is giving some ‘good advice’, as he calls […] More

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    Explore how the theme of power is presented in ‘An Inspector Calls’

    Explore how the theme of power is presented in ‘An Inspector Calls’. How would an audience react to this presentation? In ‘An Inspector Calls’, power is presented in different ways and by different characters. Each character exudes or uses their power differently. These different methods of portrayal may shock the audience, and make them see […] More

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    Of mice and men & An inspector calls

    “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery”- Winston Churchill Winston Churchill thinks that socialism is a philosophy of failure however John Steinbeck author Of Mice and Men & JB Priestly author of An Inspector Calls would say that […] More

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    Of mice and men & An inspector calls

    “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery”- Winston Churchill Winston Churchill thinks that socialism is a philosophy of failure however John Steinbeck author Of Mice and Men & JB Priestly author of An Inspector Calls would say that […] More