"An Inspector Calls".
The first scene I have chosen is the one where the Inspector begins his questioning of Mr.Birling. I feel that Priestley is successful in creating dramatic tension in this scene in a number of ways.
The characters themselves; how they see themselves and what they think of themselves adds to the tension of the scene. Birling sees himself as a 'hard headed business man', who has learnt in 'the good hard school of experience.' He believes that a man should 'look after himself and his own', he has contempt and a condescending attitude toward the lower classes and his work force, seeing them o…
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