... Sheila disagrees and, half playfully, tells Gerald to “be careful,” which provokes a sudden guffaw from Eric. This, I think, is obvious because after reading the stage directions I can see that “Eric suddenly guffaws” apparently for no reason, and also Sheila accuses him of being “squiffy”. Gerald Croft/Eric Birling; Gerald/Eric; Gerald Croft; Eric Birling; lana del rey - Freeform; Song Lyrics; illegal relationship; 1910s; Sugar Daddy; Money; Running Away; Angst; Fluff and Angst; Summary.

3.2.1 "I threatened to make a row." Eric Birling Mind Map by miawatkins, updated more than 1 year ago More Less Created by miawatkins almost 5 years ago 192 4 0 ... 3.1.1 "You're squiffy." GCSE AQA English Literature Paper 2 - An Inpector CallsPlease could you help me analyse these quotes: 1- "Eric is in his early twenties, not quite at ease, half shy, half assertive." • Shows Mr Birling … An Inspector Calls - Key Quotations“You’re squiffy” – Sheila to Eric (Act 1) • Shows Eric/ Sheila’s brother/ sister relationship. Part 5- Morality and Relationships in ‘An Inspector Calls’- Eric Birling Image May 16, 2018 MsMaster13 Leave a comment “…you lot may be letting yourselves out nicely, but I can’t…” Eric is a young man living at home with his parents (Arthur and Sybil Birling) and his sister (Sheila Birling). GCSE Inspector Calls quote analysis help please ??? He is one of the characters that changes the most throughout the book and he does finally admit to his responsibility. After Eric meets Gerald Croft, one of the richest men in England, in a local bar his life is turned around. 3.2 Physically and emotionally violent. In other words, he lacks confidence . Series. boy Act 1: Birling and Gerald begin a serious conversation about business without Eric, which shows that they see him as somewhat immature and don't take him seriously as a man and an equal to themselves. Eric Birling is the son of Mr and Mrs Birling, who has a heavy drink problem and has been steadily drinking for the last two years. Eric Birling works at Birling and Co., his father is presumably his boss. • Shows Eric drinks too much.“I speak as a hard-headed business man.” (Act 1) • Word choice emphasises lack of feeling. Eric Birling is in his early twenties, he is _‘half shy, half assertive’’. - Priestley in the stage directions 2- "I left 'em talking about clothes again. Eric Birling lacks confidence Eric is the Birlings' son and is in his early twenties, he is described as being 'not quite at ease, half shy, half assertive'. The latter is supported by the fact that his sister shortly after says he is "squiffy", a word meaning drunk.

Eric Birling I think that J B Priestly put Eric Birling in the play ‘An Inspector Calls’ because he is an interesting character, and is not quite like the rest of his family. His assertive behaviour is evident towards the end of the play, as it is clear that he is a very forceful character when he wants to be. • Colloquial language set period. This is one of the underlying layers of Eric coming out and campaigning for what he believes his moral, the inspector is a catalyst that has allowed Eric to have the ‘activation energy’ to contradict his father. Eric Birling –Circle words that apply to Character Analysis Act One (stage direction) ‘not quite at ease, half shy, half assertive’ ‘What about war?’ Mr Birling to Eric: ‘Just let me finish Eric. 3.3 Thief. Eric Birling I think that J B Priestly put Eric Birling in the play ‘An Inspector Calls’ because he is an interesting character, and is not quite like the rest of his family. _In some aspects of life he lacks confidence yet he likes to question other people’s perspectives. After Eric meets Gerald Croft, one of the richest men in England, in a local bar his life is turned around. The latter is supported by the fact that his sister shortly after says he is "squiffy", a word meaning drunk. Eric is a young man living at home with his parents (Arthur and Sybil Birling) and his sister (Sheila Birling). Arthur Birling, throughout Act 1, tells Eric “[d]on’t interrupt” and “[y]ou’ve a lot to learn yet”, constantly deriding Eric’s own opinions, intellect and ability to articulate his points.