Mrs Birling character profile

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  • Mrs Birling
    • Owns a charity
      • The Brummely women organisation
      • Denied Eva help
        • Mrs Birling
          • Owns a charity
            • The Brummely women organisation
            • Denied Eva help
              • Used her influence
                • 'The most prominent member of the committee' Description of Mrs B Act 3
              • She thought Eva should have taken the stolen money
              • Thought Eva should've married 'the young man that got her pregnant'
          • Congratulates Gerald on his timing with giving Sheila the ring
            • Over dinner
            • Very into the marriage
              • Is angry with Gerald over the affair
                • Forgets about it by the end
                  • Once a scandal has been avoided
          • Takes a superior tone with the inspector
            • Claims that she was the only one that stood up to the inspector
          • Is angry with Gerald over the affair
            • Forgets about it by the end
              • Once a scandal has been avoided
          • Thinks that the father is to blame
            • Before finding out that the father is Eric
          • Wants respect
            • Brought up to expect respect
              • 'Her husbands social superior' - Description of Mrs B Act 1
              • Used to being listened to and having her opinions seen as right
          • Character traits
            • Prudish (prim and posh)
            • Unforgiving
            • Judgemental
        • Used her influence
          • 'The most prominent member of the committee' Description of Mrs B Act 3
        • She thought Eva should have taken the stolen money
        • Thought Eva should've married 'the young man that got her pregnant'
    • Congratulates Gerald on his timing with giving Sheila the ring
      • Over dinner
      • Very into the marriage
      • Takes a superior tone with the inspector
        • Claims that she was the only one that stood up to the inspector
      • Thinks that the father is to blame
        • Before finding out that the father is Eric
      • Wants respect
        • Brought up to expect respect
          • 'Her husbands social superior' - Description of Mrs B Act 1
          • Used to being listened to and having her opinions seen as right
      • Character traits
        • Prudish (prim and posh)
        • Unforgiving
        • Judgemental

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