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English Literature

An Inspector Calls - Plot

Act 2c

Right at the end of the scene [scene: In a drama, a piece of action that occurs in one place without interruption. ], as Mrs Birling denounces the father of the child and claims he needs to be made an example of, Sheila (and the audience) realise that Eric is involved. When Eric comes into the room, the act [act: In drama an act is a section of the performance, usually made up of a number of scenes. ] ends.

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