Eva Smith

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  • Eva Smith
    • She is described as someone who lives 'economically'reinforcing that she was someone who respected money.
    • 'Both her parents were dead'makes the audience feel more remorseful as she had no one to help her in any situation she was in.
    • The repetition of 'pretty' illustrates that she had allot to offer and men would be attracted to her.
    • She was of a lower social class so she didn't receive respect from people of a higher social class. She was looked down on.
    • She is courageous as she tried to gain her economic rights.
    • She plays a significant role in the play, as the character represents the working classes. Even though she doesn't appear in any of the acts.
    • She turns to a charitable organisation in act 3.Mrs Birling refuses Eva's case as she is offended by Eva naming herself Mrs Birling.
    • Eva's desperation also makes her take the wrong root, she was going to turn into prostitution.
  • She is described as someone who lives 'economically'reinforcing that she was someone who respected money.

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