An Inspector Calls Inspector Goole analysis

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  • Created on: 26-11-16 19:28
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  • He is an authoritative figure
    • Inspector Goole Analysis
      • He is the voice of Priestley in the play.
        • In his final speech, Inspector Goole says that 'We are all responsible for each other'
          • This is a SOCIALIST political view
            • Priestley had SOCIALIST political views
      • He may not be a real person
        • It is possible that he is the conscience of each character.
          • He may be the effect of their guilt for their part in the death of Eva Smith
        • His name 'Goole' closely links to the word 'Ghoul'.
          • A 'Ghoul' is a ghost
        • He is not previously known to any of the characters
          • He is not known to the police force though he claims to be an Inspector
      • He knows and understands a lot
        • He knows a lot surrounding Eva Smith's death.
        • He knows the events surrounding each character which the other characters didn't know about
    • He has power
      • He is able to get characters to confess information which they had not yet confessed to each other
    • He is firm when dealing with characters
  • It is possible that he is the conscience of each character.
    • He may be the effect of their guilt for their part in the death of Eva Smith

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