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One of the themes of An Inspector Calls is the need to accept responsibility for others, both as individuals and as a society. Discuss how J.B. Priestley highlights this theme through one or more of the characters.
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makes the birlings realise what thier actions have done. only the younger generation learn though- at the end when mr and mrs b find out it may not have happened they are relieved and think it doesn't matter anymore and they don't have to worry about the lower classes. then the phone rings....
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