I've just written a summary of the plot of the play "An Inspector Calls" by J.B. Priestley to practice my skills for my test paper.
I'd like you to read it and to correct all the mistakes you can find.
For the case that you know the book and the plot, it would be fine to hear something about the content of my summary.
(Please don't wonder, the summary is written as a part of a "situation of an extract;)
The extract is taken from the end oft Act III of J.B. Priestley’s play “An Inspector Calls”. In this play, an inspector comes to a family and uncovers their responsibilities for the suicide of a young woman.
The Birlings, an upper-class family, are just celebrating the engagement of Sheila, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Birling, and Gerald Croft, as an inspector by the name of Goole arrives. He tells them that a young woman named Eva Smith killed herself by drinking disinfectant. At first, nobody knows, why the inspector came to them to ask his questions, but the further the play goes on, the clearer it becomes. During his investigations, the reader gets to know that all members of the family are more or less/ partial responsible for the girl’s death: Mr. Birling started it by firing her out of her job only because she wanted some more money, Sheila took care for Eva Smith getting discharged at a fashion shop because she looked prettier than her, Gerald used her as a mistress, Eric, Sheila’s brother, made her pregnant and finally his mother refused the girl seeking help. After the investigations, the inspector makes a speech about the consequence of social irresponsibility and leaves the scene then. After his disappear, the Birlings begin to wonder, whether he was a real inspector or not and as a consequence Mr. Birling calls the police and finds out that there is no inspector with the name “Goole”. This is the point where the extract starts.