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The characters act as J.B Priestley’s thoughts and actions, and his emotions are unveiled throughout the play via them. As one of the most important and main characters in the play, Mr Birling is used in many ways as a dramatic device. The fact he cares only about himself and his family and not about anyone else in the world. We know this to be true, as just before the inspector arrives
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The title of the play now represents the way that the varied group of people in it portrays the definition. Tom introduces the audience to the Wingfield family by means of his memories. Since the play is a memory, Tom‘s interpretation of his family stems from his point of view. He does not try to make himself out to be any better than the other members are. If anything, his character seems to have just as many, if not more, flaws as his sister‘s and mother‘s characters do.
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