An Inspector Calls by JB Priestley
John Boynton Priestley was a socialist. An Inspector Calls is a useful vehicle for expressing Priestley's view of the 'ills' of British capitalist society at the time the play was written, in comparison to his own socialist ideology, and his hopes for the future of socialism and the end of the class system in British society.
Priestley was born in Yorkshire on the 13th of September 1894 and died at the age of eighty-nine in 1984. The son of a school master, Priestley found himself growing up into his father's circle of socialist friends and later on started to join in on their discussions…
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