An Inspector Calls Sheila Character Analysis

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How does Priestly develop the character of Sheila? At the beginning of the play, Priestly describes Sheila Birling as a “pretty girl at her early twenties” and is also known to be very perceptive and compassionate. When her parents, Mr and Mrs Birling take no responsibility for Eva Smith’s death, she tries to empathise more with Eva’s life and becomes more perceptive and so understands about what had happened to “Daisy’s” life. However, the beginning of the play portrays Sheila as a conscientious person, throughout the play when she says to Gerald “last summer when you never came near me” can demonstrate the audience about her suspicion on him which suggests that she’s quite sceptical and maybe even deep when thinking, even though she’s shown
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