End Speech Quotes :red_flag:
"Fire blood and anguish"
Foreshadowing world war 1 & 2, impacting the audience greatly at that time.
"there are million and millions and millions of Eva Smiths and John Smiths."
"I care! I was almost certain for a knighthood..."
"Don't forget I'm ashamed of you as well"
"...beginning all over again to pretend that nothing much has happened"
"He was our police inspector all right."
Lack of progress
"...it matters a devil of a lot. Makes all the difference"
"...you allowed yourselves to be bluffed"
"That man wasn't a police inspector."
"Was is a hoax?" "Of course."
"...I say the girl's dead and we helped to kill her - and that's what matters -"
:silhouettes: Character Quotations
Mr Birling :recycle:
"heavy-looking" "rather portentous man" :explode:
"you'll have to get used to that, just as I had"
"that was clever of you Gerald"
"not quite at ease"
"Mr GOOLE" - Ghoul like supernatural
"Fire blood and anguish" :fire: :fire:
:warning:Secrecy and Reputation
Mr and Mrs Birling don't change throughout the play's progression as they only care about themselves and getting into a public scandal making them look bad
Younger generation suggests hope for the future in society to be able to change themselves and become aware of the community.
Mr Birling's Speech about the Titanic and labour costs