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J. B. Priestley

An Inspector Calls and Other Plays (Penguin Modern Classics)

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“An Inspector Calls and Other Plays” is a collection of plays written by the renowned British playwright, J.B. Priestley. The collection typically includes four of Priestley’s most notable plays: “An Inspector Calls,” “Time and the Conways,” “I Have Been Here Before,” and “The Linden Tree.”

“An Inspector Calls” is the most famous play in the collection. Set in 1912, it tells the story of the prosperous Birling family who are visited by an inspector investigating the suicide of a young working-class woman. The play explores themes of responsibility, social class, and collective guilt as the inspector’s interrogation gradually reveals the family’s hidden secrets and their connection to the woman’s death.

“Time and the Conways” is a play that explores the concept of time and its impact on individual lives. It follows the Conway family through two time periods, pre-World War I and post-World War II, examining how their hopes, dreams, and relationships have changed over the years.

“I Have Been Here Before” is a thought-provoking play that delves into the concept of reincarnation. Set in a Yorkshire pub, it revolves around a group of characters who experience a deep sense of déjà vu and must grapple with the idea that they have lived previous lives and are trapped in a cycle of destiny.

“The Linden Tree” is a one-act play that focuses on a group of characters staying at a small hotel in the Swiss Alps. As they interact and share their personal stories, themes of lost opportunities, regrets, and the desire for human connection are explored.

Each play in the collection addresses different philosophical and social issues while showcasing Priestley’s signature writing style. Through compelling characters, intricate plots, and thought-provoking themes, Priestley invites readers and audiences to reflect on the complexities of human nature and society.

“An Inspector Calls and Other Plays” is an excellent choice for readers who enjoy thought-provoking dramas with social commentary. It offers a diverse collection of plays that highlight Priestley’s talent for storytelling and his ability to create compelling narratives that resonate with audiences.


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