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Sheila Birling is questioned next by the Inspector Sheila is the daughter of the family and is described as a pretty girl in her early twentiespleased about lifeexcited The audience could see her as a sweet lively young girl who appreciates life in her little bubble that is the house and lifestyle which surrounds her This makes her quite naive and immature Sheila first became acquainted with Ms Smith when Eva received a job at Milwards a well known department store Sheila and her mother made purchases at this store frequently Eva worked as a sales assistant at this store and Sheila got Eva fired when she lost her temper at her for smiling at her in a way which she found offensive Sheila could be compared to her father as she too helped to cause Evas death by getting her sacked from her job but here the similarities end Upon hearing of Ms Smiths death Sheila feels immediately responsible and wishes to take on all of the blame As she feels so guilty when in fact she did relatively little I believe that Sheila is not solely to blame She also continues to feel guilty after learning that there was not an Eva Smith She still feels that her acts were immoral and that they should not have done everything which they had done as it may have affected someone else I thought that Mrs Birling was the most at fault because her actions were chosen with no thought whatsoever to what the consequences may be or whether what she was doing was morally right Mrs Birling is described as about fifty in agecoldher husbands social superiorunaffected by the Inspectors interrogation All the way through the act Mrs Birling has no remorse or guilt for what has happened to this girl To her the very matter of the death is beneath her and her family In her mind the
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