Sheila's beliefs after the inspector has left

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  • Sheila's beliefs after the inspector has left
    • She becomes, along with Eric, the inspector, and takes on his views.
    • Even when she discovers the inspector was a fraud she takes full blame of Eva's "death".
    • She believes what she did was wrong and in my opinion matures the most.
      • Even when she discovers the inspector was a fraud she takes full blame of Eva's "death".
    • She takes on the most mature role.
      • She believes what she did was wrong and in my opinion matures the most.
        • She becomes, along with Eric, the inspector, and takes on his views.
      • She becomes concerned for her parents that because they have not changed at all and have not learned from their mistakes this will all happen again- series of revolutions.
        • She takes on the most mature role.
          • "It frightens me the way you talk"

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