am and Eve, representing the first and only woman, so she represents the entire female sex. Smith is a common name; therefore she belongs to the lower classes. Eva is the key of the play, the topic of conversation and the reason for the investigation. Most importantly, she is used to evoke emotion from the audience and characters. She binds everything and everyone together. Be than Hull 10.
8 Sheila, for very little reason gets Eva sacked from the job she loved. Eva could spend her days, surrounded by clothes she couldn’t afford, and got paid for the privilege. Sheila destroys this dream. Sheila uses her power as a daughter of important and rich parents to get Eva sacked. Its simply jealousy for Eva being more attractive than her, “she was pretty and looked like she could take care of herself.
I couldn’t be sorry for her.” Act one ends as Gerald has made it obvious he knew Eva. Priestley has left the audience curious about Gerald’s involvement. The audience will want to know how and why Gerald knew Eva. Act two had ended with the realisation that Eric was the father of Eva’s unborn child. Mrs Birling is most shocked of all. While she has been telling the Inspector that it’s the father of the child who is to blame, it’s his responsibility, she is unaware that the father is Eric and she has just condemned her own son.
Mrs Birling was ‘the final nail’ in Eva’s coffin, she turned her away when she needed help. Mrs Birling is easily offended and when Eva presents her case to the committee using the name Mrs Birling, the real Mrs Birling instantly decides to refuse her requests. The char.
MRS. DOUBTFIRE Mrs. Doubtfire is the creation of a man, unwilling to accept the role of being a weekend father. Daniel, the father, is determined to spend more time with his children and goes to extreme measures to do so. When Daniels wife, Miranda, starts divorce proceedings, he impersonates a middle-age female English nanny. Many of Daniels original traits and characteristics are in jeopardy ...