- Created by: unknown28
- Created on: 04-10-21 19:55
“Look, mummy, isn't it a beauty?”- The use of the childish language “mummy” reveals that Sheila is a sheltered and immature individual and this suggests that Sheila is dependent on her mother and father and seeks her mother’s approval as she is more powerful. The use of the noun “beauty” conveys that Sheila is materialistic and sees the money side of things and is more obsessed with the material aspects of her relationship rather than her feelings for Gerald.
Sheila changes and matures towards the end of the play.
“Mother, I think it was…