An Inspector Calls

Act 1: Sheila

"Why-you fool-he knows"

"So im really responsible"

"Is it the one you wanted me to have... now i really feel engaged"

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Act 1: Mr Birling

"a man has to make his own way-has to look after himself and his family"

"i cant accept any responsibility"

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Act 1: Mrs Birling

"Arthur youre not meant to say such things"

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Act 2: Sheila

"im afraid youll say something that youll be sorry for afterwards"

"We really must stop these silly pretences"

"You and I aren't the same people who sat down to dinner here"

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Act 2: Mr Birling

"She had only herself to blame"

"Go and look for the father of the child. It's his responsibility"

"You seem to have made agreat impression on this child"

"You know, of course, that my husband was Lord Major only about two years ago and that he's still a magistrate"

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Act 2: Inspector Gool

"public men, Mr Birling, have their responsibilities as well as their privileges"

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