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Bethany Cunningham An Inspector Calls Sheila Birling

1. What Shelia says and does (the impression of her)
Hers and Gerald's relationship
2. How other characters respond to her
Facial expressions/body language
The methods Priestly uses to present Shelia
Stage directions
How she reacts in certain circumstances (phrases)
Show how everything…

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of many people in 1912 especially those who were forced to work for low wages and the bosses earning a lot
of money. It displays one such example with Mr Birling and how he works for 'lower costs and higher prices'
not thinking…

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Bethany Cunningham An Inspector Calls Sheila Birling

has changed from act one in the play. Also it demonstrates Priestley's views and that there is a
hope for change in society to become much more socialist. Also it proves that the younger
generation have the power to change and the inspector…

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