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Flashcards in Inspector Goole Deck (10):
1

"He's giving us the rope ...

... so that we'll hang our selves"

2

"We are ...

... members of one body. We are responsible for eachother"

3

"If men will not learn that lesson, then ...

... they will be taught it in fire and blood and anguish"

4

What is the Inspector's contextual purpose?

• he is the voice of change within society
-collectivist= believes we're all the same
-socialist= shows the veiws of Priestley

5

"There are ...

... millions and millions and millions of Eva Smiths and John Smiths"

6

"Better to ...

... ask for the earth than to take it"

7

What are the Inspector's political veiws?

- socialist = people shouldn't be profitting from what people need
- the bourgeoisie exploit the proletariat
- society needs to be more equal

8

"(An impression ...

... of massiveness, solidity and purposefulness)"

9

How is the Inspector portrayed?

- a man of authority
- trustworthy and respected
- intimidating
- dominant

10

Why does Priesley want the audience to like the Inspector?

- he represents Priestley's views
- he is the voice of change toward a better society
- he wants people to trust his views and want to follow them