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I wrote about Mrs Birling presented as a dislikable character.
My points were:

She lacks sympathy with lower class women
" girls of that sort" "a girl like that would not refuse money"
"(Walks confidently)"

She is an active member of the women's organisations to help women , but it seems she only does it for public admiration

"Deserving cases" plus wrote about context and how audience in 20th century after WW2 would feel very repugnant towards Sybil after refusing to help Eva

She is portrayed as a bad mother.
" men are busy with their business "-to Sheila
"This can't be true"
"I am ashamed of you" -Eric said
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What about you??
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I did question 2.
I talked about how the "fairly large suburban house" was ideal for rich, capitalist familes, and this happened while people like Eva died on the streets.

Then I talked about the "sharp ring", and how the Inspector's the resolver of society, bringing in his socialist views to change society for the better.

Then about how Eva became influenced by him, and finally his last speech: "we're all members of one body", he's telling the audience, especially the younger generation, to begin a revolution, one that happened in places like Russia after the play took place.
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(Original post by Preußisch)
I did question 2.
I talked about how the "fairly large suburban house" was ideal for rich, capitalist familes, and this happened while people like Eva died on the streets.

Then I talked about the "sharp ring", and how the Inspector's the resolver of society, bringing in his socialist views to change society for the better.

Then about how Eva became influenced by him, and finally his last speech: "we're all members of one body", he's telling the audience, especially the younger generation, to begin a revolution, one that happened in places like Russia after the play took place.
Nice !!!!
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(Original post by Preußisch)
I did question 2.
I talked about how the "fairly large suburban house" was ideal for rich, capitalist familes, and this happened while people like Eva died on the streets.

Then I talked about the "sharp ring", and how the Inspector's the resolver of society, bringing in his socialist views to change society for the better.

Then about how Eva became influenced by him, and finally his last speech: "we're all members of one body", he's telling the audience, especially the younger generation, to begin a revolution, one that happened in places like Russia after the play took place.
I think you had to reference the Inspector in all your points because that was the question. I'm not 100% though.
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I think you had to reference the Inspector in all your points because that was the question. I'm not 100% though.
Yeah, I said that Preistly uses the Inspector as himself, or a socialist mouthpiece to express his political and social views.
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I thought that paper was pretty decent overall...Honestly when I opened it I was expecting to find 'How is Edna used by Priestly to portray the theme of class?' lol
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I thought that paper was pretty decent overall...Honestly when I opened it I was expecting to find 'How is Edna used by Priestly to portray the theme of class?' lol
I know , the Romeo and Juliet one was so random . Prepared all common themes for Romeo and Juliet and this random topic appears like wtf
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I know , the Romeo and Juliet one was so random . Prepared all common themes for Romeo and Juliet and this random topic appears like wtf
Do you bite your bitten thumb at me SIR? All I could think about was the Leonardo DiCaprio version of the movie hahaha
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Do you bite your bitten thumb at me SIR? All I could think about was the Leonardo DiCaprio version of the movie hahaha
HAHAha! In my mind I was thinking of a baby biting its thin and just wrote it looks childish
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I think you had to reference the Inspector in all your points because that was the question. I'm not 100% though.
The bullet points were how was society shown in the play; and how the Inspector is used to show these. I guess if you didn't link back to the inspector directly in every point you've still done the task?
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The bullet points were how was society shown in the play; and how the Inspector is used to show these. I guess if you didn't link back to the inspector directly in every point you've still done the task?
ye my teacher confmed this
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