Is this a good paragraph I could include in my An Inspector Calls essay? What kind of grade would this paragraph be? What do I need to improve? Thanks!
If the question was something like:
'How is Sheila presented in An Inspector Calls?'
Sheila is seen to be sensitive and moral in the play, because she accepts responsibility for her actions and she also understands that she's 'to blame' for a part of Eva's death. Sheila 'can't believe' and 'won't believe' what's happened which shows she truly did not expect this to happen and feels 'guilty' for using her social status for power. The repetition of the word 'believe' suggests that she is shocked, and it allows the reader to start to build some sympathy towards Sheila. Priestley is using Sheila as a metaphor for responsibility, and is trying to tell the audience that young people need to accept responsibility for their actions and lean towards the idea of socialism.
English Lit AQA exam example?
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