Sheila Act I

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  • Sheila Act I
    • At the start, she comes across as a silly little girl.
      • "Daddy" and "Mummy" used many times. Shows childishness.
      • "Very pleased and rather excited"
      • "Possessively"
        • Like a child is possessive of their toys.
          • Gerald is her toy
      • Naive
        • "Was it as accident?"
        • "Very pleases with life"
    • Compassionate
      • "But these girls aren't cheap labour - they're people"
      • "(warmly) It's a rotten shame"
      • "I felt rotten about it".
    • Perceptive
      • "Why - you fool - he knows...you'll see you'll see"
      • "You not only knew her but you knew her very well. Otherwise you wouldn't look so guilty about it."
      • "You [Inspector] knew it was me all along didn't you"
    • Jealous
      • "It just suited her...I was absolutley furious"
    • Curious
      • "What's all this about"
      • "What bussiness? What's happening?"
    • Plucky
      • "Cutting in"
      • "Oh do shut up"
  • At the start, she comes across as a silly little girl.
    • "Daddy" and "Mummy" used many times. Shows childishness.
    • "Very pleased and rather excited"
    • "Possessively"
      • Like a child is possessive of their toys.
        • Gerald is her toy
    • Naive
      • "Was it as accident?"
      • "Very pleases with life"

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