Priestly quiz

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  • Created on: 06-05-15 16:17
What is the name of the inspector?
Inspector Goole
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Why is the inspector's surname significant?
It suggests he might be an apparition and implies other worldly powers.
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Why does Priestly make the idea of surnames significant?
Mrs Birling's true inner lack of compassion is revealed when she hears her name from the lips of someone she regards as socially inferior.
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How does Priestly take advantage of setting the novel in the past as a way of suggesting Mr Birling's character flaws?
He makes Mr B sound ignorant when he pronounces on the unsinkability of the Titanic-this makes him appear rather stupid to the audience as we know better. The is means we mistrust Mr B and his views from early on.
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What character do you believe comes out the best as presented by Priestly?
Eric or Sheila
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What message do you think Priestly wants the audiene to take away with them?
That youth is mor flexible and that new ideas can be more effective-also he is highlighting that socialism is more compassionate than capitalism.
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Why is the inspector's surname significant?

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It suggests he might be an apparition and implies other worldly powers.

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How does Priestly take advantage of setting the novel in the past as a way of suggesting Mr Birling's character flaws?

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What character do you believe comes out the best as presented by Priestly?

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