An Inspector Calls: My First Impressions

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My First Impressions of 'An Inspector Calls'

From reading the first part of Act 1 of 'An Inspector Calls', I think that the play represents an unfair society, which was typical of 1912. Arthur Birling is a representative of a wealthy and dominant man. This means that his power and stance could make anyone else his servant. From the dinner table


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