Responsibility – it carries Priestley’s primary message that we need to look out for each other, that the world would be a much fairer and kinder place if we all looked carefully at our own actions and how they impacted upon others.
We should all look after our own interests, and not worry about others.
Capitalism – keeping costs down and profits high, regardless of the human cost.
Please select 3 correct answers
The first three options sum up the gender inequality that existed at that time.
The most accurate answer is that their wealth, social status and gender gave them great power over her.
All of the above – by contrast the changing attitude of Sheila and Eric represent hope that the future will be a kinder and fairer place for all.
As being treated as inferior, yet essential for the upper classes to maintain their wealth, highlighted by Gerald desperate that the old way of doing things remains in place.
Eva’s poor work ethic – Eva was merely the victim of gender and class inequality.
A reminder that the plight of Eva Smith is perhaps symbolic of all working class people.
All of the above.
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