AN Inspector Calls

red = social responsibility 

yellow = social class

purple = role of women

blue = age+generation gap

green = Priestly's purpose

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  • An Inspector Calls
    • Mr Birling
      • "isn't a chance of war" - ironic
        • "nothing to do with you Shelia, run along"
          • "was Lord Mayor two years ago, still a magistrate -"
      • "Just a knighthood, of course"
        • "upsetting the child like that"
      • clothes - "a sort of sign or token of their self respect"
        • "a man has to look after himself - and his family of course"
    • Shelia
      • "was she pretty?"
        • "cant you see, both of you, you're making it worse"
      • "so i'm really responsible"
      • "a wall between us and that girl"
        • "we really must stop these silly pretenses"
        • "mother i think it was cruel and vile"
    • Mrs Birling
      • "Girls of that class"
        • "I did my duty"
        • "she only had herself to blame"
          • "gross impertinence"
    • Eric
      • "could I have a drink first?"
      • "when a chap eaily turns nasty"
      • "the fact remains that i did what i did"
    • The Inspector
      • ""put ourselves in the place of these young women counting their pennies in their dingy little back bedrooms"
      • "I wouldn't know where to draw the line"
      • "you think young women ought to be protected against unpleasant and disturbing things?"
        • we are members of one body"
      • "We often do on the young ones. They're more impressionable"
      • "Public men, Mr Birling, have responsibilities as well as privileges"
    • Eva Smith
      • Eric - "until she refused to take anymore"
      • "very pretty, a good sport"
    • Gerald
      • "we're respectable citizens and not criminals"
        • "Nearly any man would've done"
      • "women of the town"
      • "I suppose it was inevitable"


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