"Inspector Calls": What is the role of the inspector.
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Inspector Goole is the character in "Inspector Calls" play written by J.B Priestley in 1945 that I will be analysing. He is a strange character, that as specific role in the play, and it is said he is Priestley "mouthpiece", this means that the inspector is the voice of Priestley during the play. The Inspector creates an impression of massiveness and purposefulness, and is role is to undermine the Birlings complacency, to teach them a moral lesson, which he just, managed to do to some characters, and he was also a "catalyst" which made the Birling confess their "crimes" quicker.
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