An Inspector Calls Morality Essay

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  • Created on: 12-02-19 17:28
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  • How does J B Priestley use dramatic devices to make An Inspector Calls a modern day morality play?
    • 7 Vices
      • Lust
        • Eric
      • Gluttony
        • Setting
          • "Dessert plates and champagne glasses"
      • Greed
        • Mr Birling
          • "lower costs and higher prices"
      • Sloth
        • Eric
      • Wrath
        • Mrs Birling
      • Envy
        • Sheila
          • "I was furious with her"
      • Pride
        • Mrs Birling
          • "(with dignity)"
      • Biblical references
        • Christian audience will trust Priestley
      • Extreme negatives
    • 7 Virtues
      • Chastity
      • Abstinence
      • Temperance
      • Diligence
        • Edna
      • Patience
        • Inspector
      • Mercy
      • Humility
    • Dramatic irony
      • Birling's speech
        • Titanic
        • WWI + II
        • Great depression
        • Labour troubles
      • Mrs Birling is oblivious to childrens' problem
        • Eric drinking
        • Eric + Eva
    • Didactic
    • Contrasts
      • Old (+Gerald) vs Young
      • Men vs Women
      • Upper class vs Lower class

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