An inspector Calls

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The Inspector does not use euphemisms to shield the family from the unpleasant images, but says that Eva died in "great agony". Especially in juxtaposition with the comfortable atmosphere and obvious wealth displayed earlier in the play, the Inspector's vivid description of Eva Smith's suffering captures the attention and pity of the audience...
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and Mrs. Birling's uncooperative responses to the Inspector's questioning increase both the audience's feelings of distaste towards the Birlings and their sympathy for Eva Smith. Mr. Birling's initial response to Eva's death is an impatient "yes, yes. Horrid business", and even that is said more out of social convention than any real dismay...
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