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We see only the rich, upwardly mobile Birlings and the upper class Gerald Croft. Click the links to visit those themes.
This page discusses social class. Priestley clearly was interested in the class system and how it determines the decisions that people make. This also shows the theme of gender differences in the play.
This shows that in his view, all of his workers have no value. Therefore, by the victim of the play being a working class female, Priestley highlights the vulnerability of the working class in those times, something that was socially acceptable.
He uses Eva Smith as cheap labour Sheila was happy spending a lot of time in expensive shop. Eva was someone who could be fired out of spite because Sheila was socially superior.
Gerald is prepared to marry Sheila, despite her lower social position. Eva was his mistress who he believed could be discarded at will due to her lower class.
He did not believe it would affect his relationship with Sheila. He used Eva as easy sex at the end of a drunken night out. Mrs Birling is socially superior to her husband, and embarrassed at his gaffes. She is disgusted that a socially inferior, working class used her name.An Inspector Calls and Other Plays (Penguin Modern Classics) - Kindle edition by J.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading An Inspector Calls and Other Plays (Penguin Modern Classics). An Inspector Calls is a play written by English dramatist J. B. Priestley, first performed in September in the Soviet Union and in in the UK.
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Jun 12, · How does Priestley present ideas about responsibility in An Inspector Calls? (30 marks) Priestley cleverly uses the contrasting personalities of all of the characters in the Birling family along with the socialist Inspector who is a mouthpiece for Priestley’s view in the morality play.