- An Inspector Calls: Responsibility by Renee Mattis English H/W
- Priestly supports the idea of Socialism-we must be responsible for our own actions.
- Each member of the Birling family has a different attitude to responsibility.
- The Inspector wanted each member of the family to share the responsibility of Eva's death.
- He says "each of you helped to kill her."
- The Inspector is talking about the audience taking responsibility for our actions.
- Everyone is a part of "one body".
- Everyone is linked together.
- The younger characters take responsibility while the older characters don't.
- At the beginning of the play, Mr. Birling gives his view of responsibility in his long speech.
- The Inspector gives his explanation of responsibility before he leaves.
- The Insepctor says: "We don't live alone. We are all members of one body. We are responsible for each other."
- Mr and Mrs Birling take no responsibility
- Sheila knows what she did was wrong
- Gerald shares the same views as Mrs Birling.
- Mrs Birling and Mr Birling believe in Socialism-one man for himself
- Mr Birling blames Eva
- Mrs Birling blames Eva
- Gerald blames himself
- Sheila blames herself
- Priestley wants us to be responsible for our actions
- The Inspector is Priestley's mouthpiece and voice
- All the characters have to take responsibility for Eva's death
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