AN INSPECTOR CALLS

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  • AN INSPECTOR CALLS
    • SOCIAL CLASS
      • The main function of the plays appears to be to comment upon society.
        • Arthur Birling bears all the hallmarks of rank, wealth and privilege and his family would be considered a decent and respectable one.
      • The family is presented as typical of wealthy people of the time but the Inspector scrapes away the glossy surface to reveal the rottenness beneath
        • Each of the people at the meal table abused the privileges of their position and the innocent Eva Smith suffered the consequences.
          • Find quotations that show how the inspector makes the award of this.
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