Hello I was wondering whether anybody would be able to help me with points for the character of Eric and his importance in the the play an inspector calls.
So far I think that he is an important symbol (alongside Sheila) of the younger generation and the differing attitudes of the older/ younger generation and he is used to show that the older generation do not always know best. I also have that he shows how people should learn to recognise their own mistakes as he openly confesses to his treatment of Eva smith. My other observations are that he does not get on well with his parents and he is quite a secretive character - what are the significance of these points?
Can anyone help? I'm looking for about 4 points for topic sentences of an essay. Thank you
An inpector calls - Eric birling Watch
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- 11-04-2013 17:37
- 23-03-2014 21:15
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