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Where is the play set?

2 of 25
On what occasion is the family dining, at the beginning of the play?

3 of 25
What does Arthur believe is the most important thing a businessman can protect?

4 of 25
What is the Inspector’s name?

5 of 25
Whom does the Inspector question first?

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Whom does the Inspector question last?

7 of 25
The Inspector’s political beliefs might be most nearly characterized as what?

8 of 25
Arthur hints that which ship is unsinkable?

9 of 25
The Inspector hints at which future conflict?

10 of 25
Which is not a name for the young girl in question?

11 of 25
What does Gerald say he needs to do after being question?

12 of 25
What is Gerald’s family name?

13 of 25
What does Arthur call Eric, referring to his work ethic?

14 of 25
What does Eric steal from the family business?

15 of 25
Into how many scenes is the play divided?

16 of 25
When does the play take place?

17 of 25
What worries Arthur the most in Act Three?

18 of 25
What does Gerald give Sheila in Act One?

19 of 25
The Inspector says that human are all part of one ... what?

20 of 25
Arthur receives a phone call from where, at the very end of the play?

21 of 25
Arthur and Sybil accuse the Inspector of being ... what?

22 of 25
Arthur is up for which distinction, he believes?

23 of 25
The play was first performed in which country?

24 of 25
Sheila is less angry with Gerald after he does what?

25 of 25
Which of the following is not a theme in the play?