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    An Inspector Calls is a play that includes a vast amount of political and social messages. Priestley believed in socialism and he used the Inspector as an embodiment of his opinions to try and convince people to agree with his way of thinking. At the time it was written Britain was ruled by a Labour government and socialist policies were seen to be a good way to go. As soon as the Inspector is introduced he is portrayed as commanding and authoritative. Upon his arrival, he creates, “…at once an

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    Inspector Goole in - An Inspector Calls – is a very important character in the play as he acts as the voice of Priestley’s views and ideas, that we are all responsible for each other albeit not necessarily explicitly. By the way that Priestley uses the Inspector as an embodiment of a collective conscience the audience is able to clearly understand J.B. Priestley’s socialist idealisms. Prior to the entry of the Inspector, in the first set of stage directions, Priestley is able to foreshadow the profound

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    role of Inspector Goole in ‘An Inspector Calls’. ‘An inspector calls’ was set in 1912 but it was written by J.B Priestly in 1945 which means it was performed in 1946. The author’s purpose in this play was to convey to the audience that the world should be is equal to everyone and everyone should be treated equally not divided in classed. The writer used the Inspector Goole to give Mr. Birling’s family a lesson as well as the writer’s thoughts about the situation. Hence, the Inspector Goole is one

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    An Inspector Calls The arrival of Inspector Goole in JB Priestley’s ‘An Inspector Calls’ creates a feeling of uneasiness and completely changes the course of the play. The inspector represents an almost ominous and mysterious being that suggests a manifestation of each of the character’s guilt and certainly calls to the fact that each of the Billings had a role in Eva Smith’s tragic death. Goole’s first arrival in act one is where JB Preistley expertly devises the key scene and hence creates a

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    the play ‘An Inspector Calls’, J.B. Priestley attempts to present his views on Britain’s society in 1945. Priestley creates the character the Inspector Goole to display his own criticism on the society and show how people should deal with their social responsibility. The Inspector is a distinct and discrete character. He can act in such blunt and direct manner regardless of his social position, because his identity is unknown. Additionally, unlike any other characters, the Inspector is not directly

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    The Role of Inspector Goole in An Inspector Calls    In the work, An Inspector Calls, Inspector Goole role has been a described as a staging device.  Yet, defining Inspector Goole as meerly a staging device implies that he is not a character in his own right but exists simply as a way of exploring the personalities and lives of other, more fully rounded, characters. While it is true that An Inspector Calls would not work without Inspector Goole's central role, it reduces him a little

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    Priestley's portrayal of Inspector Goole and the way in which he carries out his investigation of the Birling family and Gerald Croft create dramatic interest? 'An inspector calls' was written in 1945 by J.B Priestley. The play is set in 1912 and centres on Arthur Birling, a prosperous manufacturer and his family, who are celebrating the engagement of their daughter, when they are suddenly and dramatically interrupted by the arrival of the police inspector. The inspector, investigating the suicide

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    most important thing about this sentence is the word “called”, it’s a word that is usually used in informal conversations. That’s what makes it so deceptive, Edna says “An Inspectors Called” as if the Inspector is just dropping in for an informal chat and something to eat, but it’s quite the opposite really. The way the Inspector operates may appear casual laid-back and spontaneous but he has only one objective and he uses his single-minded and calculating ways to get the results he wants. He likes

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    The Role of Inspector Goole in An Inspector Calls Examine the role of Inspector Goole in An Inspector Calls & study the impact his role has on the rest of the characters in the play. Inspector Goole is the most important character in the play ‘An Inspector Calls’ because he is the catalyst for the events that take place in the play. Priestley’s intensions were to reveal to his audience the social state of England in 1945. He felt that little had changed since the turn of the century. Preistley

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    The mystery and morality play, "An Inspector Calls", was constructed by Priestley to expose to the public the problems in society and Capitalism. He uses Inspector Goole and Mr. Birling, two very opposing characters in personality and political views, to help illustrate his ideas. This is mainly highlighted by the idea of the Inspector being the protagonist and Birling as the antagonist. Inspector Goole and Birling both represent the two major political parties present in 1912, when it was set (Socialism

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