An Inspector Calls
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I AM TRUELY SORRY!
The Birlings and Gerald croft are celebrating Sheilas and Geralds engagment. Edna, the maid walks in and announces 'An Inspector's called'. The Inspector tells the family that a girl has just died from drinking bleach.
Well your not the kind of Father a chap could go to if he was in trouble.
You little thief! Stealing from your own Father!
Inspector Goole then tells Mr Birling that he started the lead up to her suicide by firing her from her job at his company. Eric is stressed and leaves. We then Find out that Sheila is also partly responsible as she got Eva Smith fired from Milwards, the clothes shop.
He wasn't real you silly children!
Don't you see? Real or not we need to change our behaviour
Sheila feels terrible and imediatly apologises. We also find out that Gerald had an affair with Eva Smith when she was under the name Daisy Renton. Sheila gives the engagement ring back to Gerald.
We find out that Eric also had a fling with Eva and got her pregnant but when it all went wrong he stole money from his fathers business, trying to help her.Mrs Birling is next to be questioned. The family find out that Eva Smith had gone to Mrs Birling's woman's charity but was refused help. Mrs Birling calls Eva a liar and admits being prejudice to 'girls of that class'. Sheila and Eric are horrified.
Inspector Goole leaves and Gerald returns. Gerald tells the family that while he had been out after the affair was revealed, he went to the police station asking about the inspectore and the station said there was nobody under that name working there.
Mr and Mrs Birling and Gerald choose to belive that Eva Smith/ Daisy Renton are different people who are not dead. They come to believe that the whole night was a bad joke played on them until...The phone rings. A girl has died in the infirmary and an Inspector is being sent round to question the family.
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