An Inspector Calls Essay | "An Inspector Calls": Who Was Responsible for Eva's Death

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"An Inspector Calls": Who Was Responsible for Eva's Death

Summary: A detailed look at the characters in the play "An Inspector Calls" to determine whether any of them is responsible for Eva Smith's death. In the end, all were involved in Eva's death, including to some degree Eva herself.
An Inspector Calls

In this essay I will examine each character in detail to establish if any of them are responsible for Eva Smith's death. I shall also consider Eva's part in her own downfall.

Inspector Goole had a way of making people think and do what he wanted. Although he didn't seem to get any extra information out of the other characters he soon made them realise that Eva Smith had died a horribly painful death and they had all contributed in making her want to end her life. He got them to tell each other their sins and secrets. All little things they did that didn't matter added up to one young girls suicide and the death of her unborn child.

"It's the way I like to... don't you, Mr Birling""

The inspector knew just how to talk to...

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