Eric's reaction to Eva Smith's death

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  • Eric's reaction to Eva Smith's "death"
    • He blames his father straight away.
    • Immediately sympathetic towards her and shocked.
  • Immediately sympathetic towards her and shocked.
  • He blames his father straight away.
  • "It isn't if she can't go and work anywhere else."
    • He believes that she deserved higher wages for what she was doing, and that Birling was being unreasonable.
      • Eric's reaction to Eva Smith's "death"
      • He believes that she was an innocent girl, not cheap labour.
        • "He could have kept her on instead of throwing her out"
          • He believes that she deserved higher wages for what she was doing, and that Birling was being unreasonable.
      • "He could have kept her on instead of throwing her out"
        • He believes that she was an innocent girl, not cheap labour.

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