An Inspector Calls Key Points

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Who is the Author of the book?
JB Prisetley
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Who is the Father of Eva Smith's child?
Eric
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What name did Gerald know Eva Smith by?
Daisy Renton
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What is the name of Gerald's fiancée?
Sheila
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Who is Mother to Sheila and Eric?
Sybil
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Who is Father to Sheila and Eric?
Arthur
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What year was the play set in?
1912
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What historic thing was built in 1912 that is mentioned in the beginning of the play?
Titanic
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What is the family name of the people involved in Eva Smith's demise?
Birling
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What is the name of the Inspector who shows up to talk to the Birling's?
Goole
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What was the name of the town in which the play was set?
Brumley
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Why did Sheila get Daisy fired?
Jealousy
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Sybil Birling is of a ______ social class than Arthur Birling
Higher
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What is one of the main themes in the play, the Inspector hints to it. Beginning with R
Responsibility
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Who was last to see Eva before she died?
Sybil
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What did Eva drink to commit suicide?
Lye
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How many acts are there in the play?
Three
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What class is the Birling family?
Middle
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What season did Gerald ignore Sheila in?
Summer
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What did Gerald make Eva during that season? His ________
Mistress
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Daisy Renton wanted a raise, and went on a ______ in support of this
Strike
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As a result of Daisy's actions regarding wages, Mr Birling _____ her
Fired
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Who is the Father of Eva Smith's child?

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Eric

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What name did Gerald know Eva Smith by?

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Card 4

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What is the name of Gerald's fiancée?

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Card 5

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Who is Mother to Sheila and Eric?

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