John Boynton Priestley wrote the play, ? An Inspector Calls? in 1941 when the Second World War was being fought. The play involves a supernatural person, who claims to be an Inspector, arriving with the news of a suicide. A young girl has taken her life, due to a series of problems that occurred in her last year or so and everyone in the house at that time is somehow connected with her death, although the audience
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the chair she sits on is symbolising the streets are lower class.
The production?s elucidation of the Inspector is that he is like a director, he directed events, and that was his purpose. The Inspector was also like a judge, when he was questioning the family, especially Sheila when he acted like a prosecutor. It was also like a courtroom when Sheila spoke to the audience addressing us as if we were the jury.