In An Inspector Calls

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  • An Inspector Calls - Themes
    • Responsibilty
      • The Inspector wanted each member of the family to share the responsibility of Eva's death: he tells them, "each of you helped to kill her."
      • Everyone is a part of "one body", the Inspector sees society as more important than individual interests.
    • Class
      • Within the play we don't get introduced to many lower class people
        • Yet we learn a lot about the lower class as we hear of each stage in Eva's life and we see the attitude the Birlings had for them.
    • Sex
    • Age

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