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An Inspecter Calls Essay

1096 words - 5 pages

Alternative ending-An Inspector Calls
The stress that was caused in the Birling family was very disturbing even after a couple of years in 1914. When the war started everything gradually started to become worse as the country was suffering and many people were injured including children and infants.
Sheila wanted to achieve something in life; she wanted to become a nurse as she knew she would be more deserving and would be able to help others who were injured. She knew that Eric was going away to fight for the country at the trenches and he had decided to join the war as he wanted to go away from home and thought that no one cared about his decisions he makes in life. He told Sheila “I ...view middle of the document...

Birling ending up being worried and upset. On the other hand Mrs. Birling became concerned about Eric but yet she had become much more aware of him and what he was capable of, therefore she got on with her duties and did her job for charity. Sheila thought that Gerald was making an excuse to get away from their relationship as she heard about the other life he was living behind her back when he was with Eva Smith and therefore she thought that she’d call the whole relationship off and get a job of a nurse and move on in life as she knew nothing good was going to come out of the marriage she was going to have with him. When Sheila told this to Gerald he didn’t hesitate to reply back “I totally understand your decision, and if that’s what makes you happy then it shall be.” Sheila replied “Yes it would make me happy but you seem completely normal. It looks like you have already moved on.” Gerald answered “No it’s nothing like that. I do agree with your decision I just think it won’t work out with us.” Sheila said “I totally agree with you.” When Sheila ended this conversation she didn’t talk to Gerald again.
On the other hand Eric was sending letters home and was doing very well and Sheila was very pleased with him as she was the only one who was taking notice and was reading the letters he sent. As she showed her parents, Mr Birling wasn’t taking any notice however Mrs. Birling got emotional and started to miss Eric a lot. Mrs. Birling said “I’m missing my little boy so much, Sheila do you know when he is coming back.” Sheila replied “Mother I know it must be hard for you... Well... It’s hard for everyone but you never took notice of him when he was around, now that he has gone I think you have realized how much you love him” Mrs Birling answered “Sheila don’t be so stupid I looked out for Eric a lot.” Sheila replied “Is that why you didn’t know anything about him, and what he did with that girl...

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