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An Inspector Calls
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Yet, Priestley's play undergoes a subtle shift in mood and tone
until it has become something much more unusual, which defies
both its initial expectations and its seeming naturalism.

Edna's silence in the play, though she begins as a natural

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It is important to analyze the Inspector's promise, later repeated
by Sheila, of "fire and blood and anguish" if men will not learn
that they are responsible for each other. It seems very likely that
Priestley intends the resonance of not just the Second World War
but also the First…


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