Eric is the son of the family. How do the family react to each other once the Inspector has left? How should each of the Birlings react to the Inspector’s final speeches?

He might want to speak with him privately if he is uncomfortable with his family and guest present. This is in the back of the 'An Inspector Calls' book on page 73.

8. How should Eric tell his story to the Inspector? 7. Sometimes he corrects Eric or makes him add more detail to what he is saying. Birling should answer the Inspector thoroughly and honestly, including all details. Asked by daisy p #257703 on 7/3/2012 12:46 PM Last updated by jill d #170087 on 7/3/2012 1:33 PM Answers 3 Add Yours.
Why does the Inspector end up ‘taking charge, masterfully’? 9. He might want to speak with him privately if he is uncomfortable with his family and guest present. In the middle of the play, Eric storms out of the house. How should birling tell his story to the inspector in An Inspector Calls? He disapproves of his father’s decision to deny Eva Smith ’s request for higher wages, and becomes drunk and upset throughout the course of the evening, which prompts Sheila to expose him as a heavy-drinker, unbeknownst to his parents. Q 14. We need you to answer this question! Home An Inspector Calls Q & A How should Birling tell his stor... An Inspector Calls How should Birling tell his story to the inspector? Whilst Eric is sharing his story he looks at Eric as though he has heard it all before and he already knows what Eric has done. How does the Inspector listen to Eric’s story?

How should Mr Birling, Mrs Birling and Sheila react to Eric’s story? 5. Throughout the entire time he always makes out as though he knows exactly what has happened already but he just wants someone to tell him again to make sure that he isn't going mad.
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