J.B Priestly's An Inspector Calls
...Inspector Calls" About the J.B.Priestly was a British journalist, novelist, playwright, and essayist. Priestly's output was vast and varied - he wrote over one hundred novels, plays, and essays, and is best known as the author of the novel "THE GOOD COMPANIONS" (1929). A man of versatility, he was a patriot, cosmopolitan Yorkshire man, professional amateur, cultured Philistine, reactionary radical, and a common-sense spokesman for the ordinary man-in-the-street. Priestly refused both knighthood and peerage, but accepted in 1977 the prestigious Order of Merit.
About the Play, "An Inspector Calls":
'An Inspector Calls... An Essay on How does J.B.Priestly create Tension and Atmosphere in act one of "An...