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Lessons from "An Inspector Calls"

Summary: The murder mystery "An Inspector Calls" by J.B. Preistly is an indictment of post-World War I England. It's a didatic novel designed to promote socialist causes. Key themes include how we can learn from mistakes, how our actions effect those around us and to take responsibility for what we do and say.
An inspector calls is a murder mystery with a strong moral message set at the peak Edwardian era of hypocrisy, great wealth, misery, luxury and social debates. It was written in 1945, just after the end of the Second World War but set in 1912, the Edwardian period. This era was described as the Golden age. It was an extremely wealthy society, full of opulence with British power and wealth at its zenith. It was full of proud men and women, honoured to belong to what they thought of as `the best nation in the world' and with four million people, was the world's biggest city. Proms, concerts, musicals and plays hosted the work of upcoming talent. The upper class lived a life of pure extravagant luxury.

That was the front of Britain during this period. The wealthy lived a life of luxury, but at what cost? This time was...

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