Bearing Witness to Eva Smith

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Bearing Witness to Eva Smith

This is the corresponding PowerPoint for Lesson 20 of the unit Teaching An Inspector Calls. In this lesson, students assess Priestley’s portrayal of Eva Smith, and consider the symbolism of Priestley’s decision to create a character who only appears in the narrative second-hand.

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