Eric's reactions to the inspector

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  • Eric's reactions to the inspector
    • He matures when he accepts responsibility.
      • He is ashamed of using Eva Smith and accepts responsibility for her death.
        • Eric's reactions to the inspector
          • He matures when he accepts responsibility.
            • He is ashamed of using Eva Smith and accepts responsibility for her death.
              • He gains authority when he accepts responsibility
                • He tells the brutal truth to his father to try to make him change. He tells Birling that he's "not the kind of father a chap can go to when he's in trouble." and that he's ashamed of Birling's actions.
              • He gains authority when he accepts responsibility
                • He tells the brutal truth to his father to try to make him change. He tells Birling that he's "not the kind of father a chap can go to when he's in trouble." and that he's ashamed of Birling's actions.
        • He realises that what the Inspector says could be true, and accepts the chain of events theory.
          • He respects the inspector and takes on his role with Sheila after he leaves.
            • He realises that what the Inspector says could be true, and accepts the chain of events theory.

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