An Inspector Calls
Publish date: 1987
Pages no: 117
Edition language: English
bookshelves: summer-2010, play-dramatisation, published-1945, families, britain-england, suicide, lifestyles-deathstyles Recommended for: Radio 4 listeners Read from May 30 to 31, 2010 ** spoiler alert ** Blurb - The Birlings are celebrating the engagement of their daughter Sheila when a police ...
The proscenium stage has a romance of its own. You, the spectator, is actually a Peeping Tom, staring into the lives of total strangers through the invisible fourth wall. And what lives! For on the stage, time and space are usually compressed or telescoped according to the whims and fancies of the...
Really quite nice. Not looking forwards to studying it though!
With its tightly wound and didactic plot 'An Inspector Calls' is among the finer examples of the play world. While not as fanciful or elaborate as some of the greatest works by masters such as Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde in his style Priestly manages to pull off what he must. It is in fact the simpl...
Blurb - The Birlings are celebrating the engagement of their daughter Sheila when a police Inspector calls. Each member of the family is questioned about their relationship with a young woman, Eva Smith. And they each have to face up to their role in her tragic story.Inspector Goole ..... Toby Jones...
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