Inspector calls and romeo and juliet- parent and children relationship

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hey guys could you describe the relationship between the parents and children in inspector calls and romeo and juliet
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hey guys could you describe the relationship between the parents and children in inspector calls and romeo and juliet
Hi sorry I can't comment on Romeo and Juliet as I have not studied it. However I have studied An Inspector Calls and the relationship between Mr & Mrs Birling and their children subverts the social norms because in 1912 it was not conventional for children to disobey and lie and speak to their parents the way Sheila and Eric do with their parents (I have quotes to support this). Eric and Sheila represent a generation who learn from their mistakes whereas Mr & Mrs Birling are very stuck in their ways with their morals.

Sorry my answer is not very specific and a bit generalised but I'm not sure exactly what themes to pinpoint here. If you're looking for some more analysis then message me and I'll get my notes together on An Inspector Calls.

Hope this helps a little bit!
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Hi sorry I can't comment on Romeo and Juliet as I have not studied it. However I have studied An Inspector Calls and the relationship between Mr & Mrs Birling and their children subverts the social norms because in 1912 it was not conventional for children to disobey and lie and speak to their parents the way Sheila and Eric do with their parents (I have quotes to support this). Eric and Sheila represent a generation who learn from their mistakes whereas Mr & Mrs Birling are very stuck in their ways with their morals.

Sorry my answer is not very specific and a bit generalised but I'm not sure exactly what themes to pinpoint here. If you're looking for some more analysis then message me and I'll get my notes together on An Inspector Calls.

Hope this helps a little bit!
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