Eva had gotten her a dress she had requested at Milwards and was present while she tried it on. She ‘caught sight of this girl smiling – as if to say: doesn’t she look awful’. Sheila was furious with Eva, but admitted to the Inspector it was mostly jealousy as she was such a pretty girl. Although Sheila got her fired from her last stable job I don’t think she is the most to blame, however she does hold a large part of the responsibility. Gerald was the next person to affect Eva Smith, although you could argue he helped her and actually made her life better.
Poor Curley’s wife! Curley’s wife is a victim. She is a victim because she suffered through a lot when she was young or before she was married and also after her marriage.In this scene Curleys wife was flirting with lennie and she said “I get Lonely. You can talk to people but I can’t talk to nobody but Curley. Else he gets mad.
The characters are affected by the death of Eva Smith/Daisy Renton but Sheila Birling shows the greatest remorse. Priestley represents Sheila birling in two different ways. Firstly, she is displayed as a spoilt, naïve child who does not reflect on how her actions could affect other people. This is shown by how her jealousy and influence got Eva Smith sacked from her second job at milwards which caused her life to become unstable. Secondly, Sheila is displayed as a dependent women “but these girls aren’t cheap labour” this reveals that she already is showing change and develop.
Though this should not be a characteristic of Mrs. Birling, it is. Working in a charity that aims to help women in trouble, Mrs. Birling met Eva in the final weeks of her life but after hearing her distressing story had little sympathy for the girl due to the fact she was under the false name of “Mrs. Birling”. This made her very angry and biased towards Eva and her case. Using her high social status Mrs. Birling made sure that the charity turned Eva away, which, as a consequence pushed Eva to desperation.
Melinda thought there was something wrong with her, like she was useless. She had a lot of trouble making friends and when she did make a friend her depression drove them away. Melinda's depression even caused her to cut herself and contemplate committing suicide. Melinda's depression could have been avoided if she had learned to overcome her past earlier. Next, if you don't overcome your past, you will never be able to get on with your life.
4) I believe the behavior of this mother was the cognitive theory, because she was struggling with depression at the time. She wasn’t in her right state of mind she went through with killing her kids. 5) I think the neurotransmitters that played a role in Andrea Yates killing her kids was that of serotonin and nor epinephrine. Since she was suffering from postpartum depression as well as schizophrenia and bipolar with the combaniation of those really affected
The audience are left disordered and muddled wondering who to blame for the death of Eva Smith, the evidence builds of each character showing how they contributed to her death. In this essay all the evidence will be analysed of each character leaving us to say who we think was to blame for Eva Smith’s demise. In the play ‘An Inspector Calls’ we can there is a generation gap between the younger and older Birling’s as their views and behaviour are unlike. This dissimilar generation gap is shown in each character which caused some conflict and disagreements in the household. This is displayed when Sheila contradicts Sybil Birling, ‘No it isn’t.’ then Mrs Birling replies ‘Please don’t contradict me like that’ – this shows that the way Sheila speaks to her mother was different compared to how Sybil would of talked to her mother also the quote shows that Sheila has an attitude and is not scared to say what she wants.
She loses her reputation as the loyal wife when she is accused of being a 2 prostitute, when she was actually raped by Wu Tsing. She also loses her status of being the first wife of him. Because of this, An-mei’s mother was banned from her family’s house forever. “Your mother went to live in Tientsin, to hide her shame with Wu Tsing’s wealth. And three years later, she gave birth to a son, which Second Wife claimed as her own” (Tan 237).
Siri is mistreated and forced into prostitution. The “owners” starve her and treat her like she doesn’t have value because if she dies there are many different girls that they can put in Siri’s place. This makes Siri disposable even in modern