Shelia

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  • Created on: 26-12-12 12:09
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  • Shelia
    • younger generation
      • referred to by Inspector as more impressionable
        • take on his message better than the older generation?
        • more likely to be affected by the misguided ways of the older generation
          • unless there is change Shelia and Eric (the younger generation) will make the same mistakes a their parents the older generation
            • take on his message better than the older generation?
    • referred to in beginning as "rather excited"
      • self-indulgent, happy with her life because of her own engagement
        • doesn't think about anyone but herself, showing the flaws in her personalityt
      • perhaps just setting the scene, many people would be on the night of their engagement
    • her character develops throughout the play
      • she begins to become more moralistic and stand up to her parents for what she believes is right
        • "they're not cheap labour"
        • referred to by Inspector as more impressionable
          • more likely to be affected by the misguided ways of the older generation
            • unless there is change Shelia and Eric (the younger generation) will make the same mistakes a their parents the older generation
      • seen as hope for the future
        • wants to make amends for what she did to Eva
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