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In what ways does Priestley make the relationship between Sheila Birling and Gerald

Croft such an important part of the play?


Write about:
how Priestley presents the relationship between Sheila and Gerald.
how Priestley uses their relationship to explore ideas about social class.
[30 marks]
AO4 [4 marks]

At one point in the play the Inspector says: We dont live alone. We are all members
of one body. We are responsible for each other.
How does Priestley use the theme of responsibility in the play?
Write about:
how Priestley shows different examples of responsibility in the play.
how Priestley uses these examples to express his ideas about responsibility in
society.
[30 marks]
AO4 [4 marks]

How important is the role of Eric in this play?


Write about:
how Priestley presents the character of Eric.
how Priestley uses the character of Eric to explore ideas about gender in his
society.
[30 marks]
AO4 [4 marks]

How does Priestley explore the differences between the age generations?
Write about:
how Priestley presents the differences between the older and younger characters.
how Priestley uses the differences between the age generations to comment on his
society.
[30 marks]
AO4 [4 marks]

What is the role of the Inspector in An Inspector Calls?


Write about:
how Priestley presents the character of the Inspector.
how Priestley uses the Inspector to criticise the behaviour of the upper classes.
[30 marks]
AO4 [4 marks]

How does Priestley use the theme of inequality in the play?


Write about:
how Priestley shows different examples of inequality in the play.
how Priestley uses these examples to express his ideas about his society.
[30 marks]
AO4 [4 marks]

How important is the role of Mr Birling in this play?


Write about:
how Priestley presents the character of Mr Birling
how Priestley uses the character of Mr Birling to explore ideas about the upper
classes in the play.
[30 marks]
AO4 [4 marks]

How does Priestley explore the ideas of poverty and privilege in the play?
Write about:
the ideas in the play about poverty and privilege.
how Priestley presents these ideas by the way he writes.
[30 marks]
AO4 [4 marks]