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    such as a maid and a cook. Priestley wants to give us an idea that the Birlings are upper class both in possessions and attitudes. The characters in ‘An Inspector Calls’ are mainly upper-middle class (Mr and Mrs Birling, Gerald, Sheila, Eric), but the Inspector is middle class and Eva Smith is working class. Most of the characters in ‘An Inspector Calls’ have varied opinions about social classes, but there are mainly two sides. The first main opinion is that the upper-middle class are the most important

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    According to the movie, the narrator is the Chief Inspector Uhl. This is seen when he recites Eisenheim past when he is asked he he knows of him. Additionally, during certain scenes, the camera angle is usually faced behind the inspector representing that the audience sees from his perspective. 2. The story is told by the illusionist point of view, which is the Inspector’s and the police, and not Eisenheim. This story revolves around him unravelling Eisenheim work. However, to an extent he shows

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    Susan Elizabeth George

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    Susan Elizabeth George is a competent British author with a rich background. She wrote many distinguished books and won numerous awards, which all began when she was a teacher at El Toro High School. She writes mystery murders, which gained widespread popularity. From an article from The New York Times, Mel Gussow described George as ''a master of the English mystery, with an ear for local language and an eye for the inner workings of Scotland Yard'' (Gussow). George has a productive and fulfilling

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    J.B. Priestley's Social Message in An Inspector Calls The production of 'An Inspector Calls' showed what J.B. Priestley thought of British society. The play could be seen on two different levels. One level is the fairly straightforward idea of 'whodunnit', the mystery story approach. On a more significant level, the play can be seen as a criticism of the way society is organised. Priestly, being a socialist, believed in equal rights and opportunities for everyone. He disapproved of the

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    Elizabeth George Elizabeth George is a world-renowned mystery writer. George is known for her mystery novels set in England. It’s hard to see that an American author could write all these mystery novels set in England and know a lot of its features, but with her well research and great plot she could easily be mistaken for a British writer. George is most known for her first book, A Great Deliverance, for which she was also nominated for the Edgar and the Macavity Awards. From her days as a teacher

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    Sheila is the daughter of a rich factory owner therefore she has power in society because of her father. Even though she fires Eva because of jealously, she is still shown as a positive character. Lady Macbeth is wife of Macbeth (Thane of Cawdor), because in the Jacobean era women did not have power because men were in control in society. However, Lady Macbeth is in control of the relationship and she is shown to the audience as a negative character. This coursework will be about why Priestly shows

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    When the play was set in 1912, women had lacked empowerment and rights, while men had a higher status in society, despite women had no important role in society. By using Priestley’s Inspector Calls we can identify how women were portrayed in the early 20th century. Priestley has explored this in a variety of ways, by customizing the different types of female character to show an insight on how they have viewed upon the world and importantly on how they were treated differently based on several factors

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    The Importance of Social Class as Theme in An Inspector Calls Why is social class an important theme in the play? The Middle Class, which is portrayed through Birling and his family, in my opinion is defined as business people who are wealthy and own their own property. However the upper class, which is Gerald’s family, I classify through aristocracy/royalty, or extremely wealthy landowners with status titles. We are first introduced to the characters of the play in the beginning of

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    1- INTRODUCTION Audit inspectors from many countries question themselves whether auditors use their critical thinking skills appropriately in their professional activities. Are they right to worry? Professional scepticism, also called critical thinking, is an attitude of a questioning mind the auditor should adopt in carrying out its mission. This attitude is to ask the right questions, to dig more in doubt, and not to accept the assertions of management without corroboration. The exercise of critical

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    Elizabeth George

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    A Brief Biography of Elizabeth George (with a smidgeon of literary criticism-- and a short bibliography) Susan Elizabeth George was born on February 26, 1949, in Warren, Ohio, to Robert Edwin and Anne (Rivelle) George. She married Ira Toibin, an education administrator, on May 28, 1971; they divorced in November, 1995. She received an A.A. from Foothill Community College (Los Altos, CA) in 1969, a B.A. in 1970 from the University of California at Riverside, and an M.S. from California State University

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