Mr Birling

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  • Mr Birling
    • Context
      • He is a typical upper class business man as he values money more than anything. He thinks his reputation determines if he's succeeded in life or not.
    • Priestley's intentions
      • Priestley uses Mr birling to show the audience the cruelty of capitalism and therefore repelling them from it.
    • Relations with other characters
      • Eric's line "because you're not the kind of father that a chap can go to" shows that Mr Birling is not a good father and does not listen to his children's problem.

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