The Start of Act 1 of "An Inspector Calls" Is Important in Terms of Setting the Scene and Establishing the Characters
Every beginning, whether of a play or a book, has to have a very captivating and attention-grabbing opening scene. This is so that the reader can continue watching the play or reading the book without getting bored. The playwright's first job is to make sure that the start is good enough to captivate the audience's attention. J.B. Priestley does this by letting an air of mystery surround the audience as to why the Birlings are having a party for a special occasion.
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