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    so differently. Near the end of Act Two, Gerald Croft leaves the Birling household to get some fresh air clear his head and to think things through. When Gerald states that he is to leave the house, Mr. Birling objects to this, but Inspector Goole plainly says “All right Mr. Croft.” This shows that the Inspector is in complete control of the family and that he is stamping his authority. This leaving of the investigation symbolizes the fact that the Inspectors trial will move onto another

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    They only care about themselves and don't care anybody else. Socialists are people who care about everybody not just themselves. They are unselfish and believe in welfare of others. Above all Priestley uses one of the main characters, Inspector Goole as a strong mouthpiece to represent his own values, morals and beliefs and sends this message to his audience. The message is that people should not be split into different classes or treated differently as all people are off equal importance and

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    Review of An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley John Boynton Priestly was a socialist. He believed that whether we acknowledged it or not, we are in a community and have a responsibility to look after others. He wrote "An Inspector Calls" to highlight these beliefs and share them. In writing this essay, I intend

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    Presentation of Sheila in Stephen Daldary's Version of An Inspector Calls Inspector calls, the play was written by J.B. Priestly and is set in the era of 1912 however the play it's self was written in 1945. Sheila is the daughter of the Burling's a high-class family. In this essay I am going to explore how Stephen Duldry presents Shelia and if I think his interpretation of the piece is successful. In act 1 this is when Shelia confesses, Stephen Daldry chooses to present Sheila in various

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    Analysis of An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley ‘An Inspector Calls’ fits in to the bracket of a mystery/morality play with hidden depths. Priestley is trying to convey his own feelings as a socialist about class and social status. He uses the inspector to express his views and attacks the Birlings who represent he upper class. He portrays them to be pompous and self-indulgent. The inspector wants to show the Birlings that they are not always right and that sometimes there is no difference

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    Examine the role of Inspector Goole in the play “An Inspector Calls” by J.B. Priestley. “An inspector calls” by J.B. Priestley is a fairly unusual Murder-Mystery play as it does not have a single murderer, but a group that contributed to a young woman’s suicide. This peculiarity also continues in that all of those accused are totally unaware of their involvement until they are forced to work it out for themselves, with a little help from the Inspector. Inspector Goole, in the play “An Inspector

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    The character of Inspector Goole repeatedly states that he is on duty, one example being, ’No, thank you, Mr Birling. I’m on duty.’ Goole takes responsibility of making sure that he carries out his job correctly. His attitude and dedication shows how the characters in the play take responsibility for different things in different ways

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    Calls”. “An Inspector Calls” is a play written in 1945 but set in 1912 and written by J.B Priestley. Throughout the play the Inspector’s views teach us about responsibility, he also teaches the Birling family through the character of the Inspector Goole. The Birling family learn that if we don’t take responsibility for our actions we will end up in war. Through setting the play in 1912, the audience see an example of what we were like before the war and why it was caused. The audience will know what

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    Discuss the function of the Inspector in An Inspector Calls John Boynton Priestly in 1945 wrote the play ‘An Inspector Calls’ but set it in 1912. This time difference creates a sense of dramatic irony as the play was written after it was set. The audience would be aware of the events which had taken place between 1912 and 1945, including world war one and two which they would no doubt have experience first hand. ‘An Inspector Calls’ was first performed in Russia, Moscow. This is significant

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    each other" is Inspector Goole's last speech. Priestley's main aim in this speech is to encourage people to responsibility for their actions and not to blame others. Priestley's aims show his attitudes and ideas though his mouth piece; Inspector Goole. Some the Birling family are used to show how we are not to act and the other part of the Birling's are used to show how we are supposed to react to bad actions that we have committed. The first time we see the Birling family they are celebrating

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