It also mentioned the woman who urged Eva to go to the Palace bar who was an agent of Brumley's prostitutes. More to that are the people mentioned in her lodgings.
The play portrayed so many concerns that relates to how a person should act in the society that he or she lives in. One of the highlights of the play is the death of Eva which led to the most important argument in the play which is responsibility. At the beginning of the play, Mr. Birling gave his restricted view of responsibility in a extensive dialogue. Moreover, Mr. Birling's definition of responsibility was followed by the appearance of the Inspector. Then the inspector gave his concept of responsibility as well before he left.
Second is the lowers costs and higher prices. It manifested the playwright's view on of Mr. Birling's enthusiasm for joining the two affluent families of Croft and Birling and his hopes that they can still work for lower costs and higher prices. As a businessman, lower costs are mostly realized by paying the workers lower wages.
Third, the play opened the window about divulging the identity of the Croft and the Birling families- their likeness and their differences. It also showed how the two families present themselves in gatherings.
Lastly, this play depicted a common scenario in the early 20th century.