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The audience learns about Eva through the Inspector, who has read a letter and a diary she kept. They also learn about her through the characters she came into contact with. From her interaction with Sheila the audience can see that Eva had a sense of humour.
Her relationship with Gerald, when she changed her name to Daisy Renton, reveals her sensitivity. By the time she reaches Eric and Sybil, Eva is desperate and resourceful in trying to get herself help. Eva is always referred to in a positive light by the prostitutw that met her but the Inspector never lets the audience or the Birlings and Gerald forget her gruesome death.
The Inspector's final speech reveals Priestley's lesson that there are millions of Eva Smiths being exploited and this must not continue. How is Eva Smith like this? Evidence Analysis Strong willed Eva Smith shows that she is strong willed when she organises a strike for higher wages.
This shows that she is not afraid to stand up to 'hard-headed' business men like Mr Birling. Birling: " A good worker too.
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He sees her asking for more money as a bad thing, as Eric later states 'I don't see why she should have been sacked just because she'd a bit more spirit than the others. You said yourself she was a good worker. The audience warm to Eva and see her as renfon.
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If Priestley had not shown this side to Eva then she might have come across as 'too good to be true' and would not be believable as a character. Sensitive The diary Eva kept after her affair with Gerald ended shows that she felt emotions very deeply and the audience empathises with her as a result.
Inspector: "She kept a rough sort of diary. And she said there that she had to go prostituye and be quiet and remember 'just to make it last longer'. She felt there'd never be anything as good again for her - so she had to make it last longer".
The Inspector explains how Eva Smith went away to be 'quiet' and to 'remember'. These words clearly show that Eva was emotionally sensitive. The fact she also felt that 'there'd never be anything as good again for prostigute make us realise how devastated she was when Gerald ended their relationship.
The fact that Gerald just got back on with his life and relationship with Sheila makes the audience empathise even more with the sensitive Eva.