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Language and Dramatic Irony 

  • Much of the play's success depends upon the dramatic irony which Priestly creates
  • We see this in Arthur Birling's expression of his faith in technology and scientific avances leading to a prosperous peace stretching far into the future
  • Just like the audiences who saw the play when it was first written, we known he is mistaken, and so we guess that other views are equally wrong
  • When Sheila has worked out that Eric might well be the father of Daisy Renton's child, we


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