Sheila's reaction to Eva Smith's death

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  • Sheila's reaction to Eva Smith's death
    • Shocked and sympathetic towards Eva.
      • Her initial reaction was "Oh-how horrible! Was it and accident?"
    • She tries to put herself in Eva Smith's position.
      • Shocked and sympathetic towards Eva.
        • Her initial reaction was "Oh-how horrible! Was it and accident?"
    • She becomes aware of the "chain of events" and blames not only herself, but her family
    • She goes against Birling, saying that she thought what he did was "a mean thing to do"
  • "I can't help thinking about this girl destroying herself so horribly- and I've been so happy tonight."
    • She tries to put herself in Eva Smith's position.

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