An Inspector Calls

in act 2 why do gerald and sheila act "bitterly" to each other ?

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It is in Act 2 that Gerald's relationship with the girl who called herself Daisy Renton. He was intially acting with honour as she was starving and homeless, and being lewdly pursued by Alderman Meggarty, formerly considered a pillar of the community. However Gerald confesses that he and Daisy had a sexual relationship. Sheila as his fiancee is shocked by this revelation, as are the other family members.