Inspector Calls: Dramatic Techniques (Language (Dashes (During the text=…
Inspector Calls: Dramatic Techniques
Birling offers the Inspector some Port, he refuses
Resisting Birling's attempt to get him on side.
Known as a "boy"
Links to his social class (mother is a lady)
Symbol of identity
Is it the same photograph
Birling (impaitionetly) "yes, yes, horrid buisnuiss."
Setting and Time
All stays the same.
Called dramatic unity
Rigid, formal, apperences
Much like Birling
He is described as solid and heavy
Represents authority, also diffcult to change
Pink and intamte
then becomes brighter when the Inspector arrives
could be supernatural
Or that the truth will be revealed, and it will be harsh
(half serious, half playful)
"That summer when you never came near me."
Idea of hidden secrets
Juxtaposition to joke, hidden tension
Eva getting tortured in different ways
Chain- cause and effect
quite a fun word
The Birlings don't take bad behavior seriously
Does not dirgectly says he's drunk
Birlings use alot of euphismisms
But the inspector is very direct
During the text= fragmented
At the end of the sentence = cut off, idea of the unspeakable
"I have done enough to enter this family havn't I? (Pause) Havn't I?"