Notes on "An Inspector Calls" for GCSE
An Inspector Calls
The drama centres around a group of characters in the same setting. The theme is the effect of an individual's actions over a period of time, their individual and collective responsibility for their actions, and the consequences of them.
The audience and the characters progress from ignorance to knowledge. The setting doesn't change - there's nothing to distract the audience's attention from the unfolding events.
It seems at first to be a straightforward detective thriller. We are introduced to each member of the Birling family and their guest, Gerald Croft,…
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