Inspector Calls- What dose sheila learn about herself and society Watch

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What dose sheila learn about herself and society in the play? I have an inspector calls lit need help on this urgently. what dose she learn?? Please help
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Shelia learns to care more about the working class as she admits responsibility and regrets leaving Eva jobless. She realises that her family’s actions towards Eva were selfish and at the end of the play and believes that her and her family should change their ways and be more caring towards lower classes. You could say that she truly learnt and listened to the Inspector’s lessons about caring for others because she repeated the phrase ‘fire and blood and anguish’ that the Inspector said in his final speech to her family at the end of the play, showing that she listened to him and understood that her selfish ways would end badly.
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