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Hey, im practising a few past papers on An Inspector Calls. I find that when i read peoples answers which are better then my own i can learn from them and use the same techniques when doing my own. So i was wondering if people could help me answer the following 20 mark essay question in preparation for my mock when i return to school. I did one mock before the holidays and i got a good mark. (29)
So ive already completed the extract question but want to see what we can come up with for the essay question which is:
What do you think of Inspector Goole and how he is presented in An Inspector Calls?
I dont expect anyone to write an essay for me but paragraphs would be great. Any contributions would be dearly appreciated.please please please help me complete this. ImageImageImage
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I'm not going to write paragraphs for you but I'll give you some ideas to think about:

1) Think about what the inspector does the play: Is he a moral voice, if so who's voice? Is he a dramatic device used to motivate the play?
2) Look at the way he is presented, look at his language? Is he stubborn, informative, direct if so why?
3) What is the mood or atmosphere around him like? Think about the stage directions here, e.g. At the start of the play the family sit in rose/pink lighting, however once the inspector enters the lighting becomes harsher and brighter. Why?

Hope this is helpful.
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(Original post by zakkaz)
I'm not going to write paragraphs for you but I'll give you some ideas to think about:

1) Think about what the inspector does the play: Is he a moral voice, if so who's voice? Is he a dramatic device used to motivate the play?
2) Look at the way he is presented, look at his language? Is he stubborn, informative, direct if so why?
3) What is the mood or atmosphere around him like? Think about the stage directions here, e.g. At the start of the play the family sit in rose/pink lighting, however once the inspector enters the lighting becomes harsher and brighter. Why?

Hope this is helpful.
yh thanks but ive already completed it now and what you said is exactly what i wrote so at least i know i did it right
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