- She is ‘about fifty, a rather cold woman and her husband’s ‘social superior’.
- She is very aware of the differences in social class that there are between herself and others, but is unable to see what the real difference is. She even scolds Arthur Birling when he praises the cook for the food whilst Gerald is there; she doesn’t want to people of a higher social class seeing her family be associated with people of a lower one.
- Her narrow sense of morality states that the father of a child must be responsible for its welfare, regardless of circumstance, unbeknown to her that Eric got her pregnant.
- Besides social…