An Inspector Calls

in act 1 how doe Priestley present the inspector as an unusual policeman


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Priestley presents the inspector as unusual in a number of ways. First, he goes into great detail about his "disconcerting habit of looking hard at the person he addresses before he speaks." There is a mystery to the inspector that is never really solved. His name (Goole/Ghoul) is also a contributing factor to this general theme.