An Inspector Calls - Themes
Terms in this set (6)
Who accepts what they have done? Who doesn't?
Older vs. younger generation
How do their opinions differ? How does the relationship between the two sides change throughout the play?
Wealth and influence
How do the Birlings/Gerald use their position to influence others? What impact does this have?
Public image vs. private lives
What image do the Birling family want to give of themselves? How far will they go to protect this?
How are the different genders presented in their play? Do they live up to the expectations placed upon them?
How does the social position of the different characters influence the way they are treated and the way they treat others?
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