To cause attention doorbell sounds are used as sound effect for when the inspector arrives at the door.
Share Email Post This interesting and engaging lesson enables students to build their understanding of the dramatic devices employed by J. Priestley's An Inspector Calls Dramatic irony, sound and lighting effects and cliffhangers are some of the techniques used by priestly to involve the audience whilst conveying his concerns.
The Inspector tells them about a girl who has committed suicide earlier on that evening. As in the World War 2 ended and this was when the labour party got elected as government. It stays like that until that the inspector Goole arrives.
It warns the audience about what will happen. His main concerns were the idea of responsibility that everybody should look after everybody around and not just concern about themselves How far is he a believable policeman? Priestley 'An Inspector Calls' begins with the Birlings and Gerald Croft celebrating when they are interrupted by a call from an Inspector.
Secondly, the new generation embodied by Sheila andEric who has a will to assert her acts, more take care of the others.
When Gerald confesses to Sheila about what had happened between him and Eva Smith, the Inspector comes in as soon as they have stopped arguing. The inspector himself is a dramatic device : Firstly, it interests the audience because with his entrance, the atmosphere changes.