This also shows the link of how the inspector could just be Priestley in another form such as a ghost. This makes the story more interesting and more dramatic like a soap opera and it adds more suspense to the play.
This is how Priestley gets his points out to us, through the link between him and the inspector. He nationalized the gas steel and electrical industries, established the NHS and introduced the Welfare State It is set in the early s and focuses around a well-off family.
And finally dramatic irony and denouement are used.
Ultimately, he is selfish and arrogant. Mr Birling won't allow these sentiments, however, and sees them as a bad attitude I am going to write about how J. The novella is about two migrant workers, George and Lennie who are searching for work in Soledad in California.
Also this is when the welfare states were created which Priestley was much in favour of setting upthis is when you are looked after for example free housing, health care and many more Priestley's "Inspector Calls" J B Priestley presents the readers with a fascinating play of guilt and innocence, of prejudice and hypocrisy.
An analysis of the theme of generational gap in An inspector's calls There are drastic differences that are seen in people who are born in different generations.
He even Priestley describes the Inspector, when he first appears on stage, in terms of 'massiveness, solidity and purposefulness' p. They are interrupted by Inspector Goole who informs them that an Eva Smith has committed suicide.