An Inspector calls by J.B. Priestly
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...Birling tried to exonerate blame from himself. He
tried to hide behind his father by mirroring his father's opinion. He said, 'By Jove, yes.
And as you were saying, Dad, a man has to look after himself -' (Priestly, 1964). By this,
Eric has given himself away. He meant he had to look after his best interest while casting
aside the woman's interest. It meant he was involved with Eva and thus responsible
somewhat for her death.
As we have discussed Mr. Arthur Birling, Sheila Birling, Eric Birling and Inspector
Goole, we now turn our attention to Sheila's fiance, Gerald Croft. He was somewhat of a
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