Sheila's reactions to the inspector

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  • Sheila's reactions to the Inspector
    • She's very ashamed and sorry for what she did, even when she did it, but more so now she knows the consequences of it.
    • She's truthful to what she did, and cooperates with the inspector.
    • She realizes that  the inspector knew what she did caused Eva  Smith's death.
      • She's truthful to what she did, and cooperates with the inspector.
    • She quickly accepts responsibility
      • She's very ashamed and sorry for what she did, even when she did it, but more so now she knows the consequences of it.
      • She realizes that  the inspector knew what she did caused Eva  Smith's death.
    • "You knew it was me... didn't you?"
      • "At least I'm trying to tell the truth"
        • At first she runs out giving a "half-stifled sob."

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