Priestly deals with the underlying themes of social responsibility and moral conscience. The play shows how every person plays a part in the community, and how selfish actions can lead to the death of an innocent person. These themes are Mr and Mrs Birling do not care about their involvement in the death of Eva smith.
Most people who hold a sane mind would not try to justify the action of killing someone who is innocence, but instead would experience instant sorrow, shock, and remorse. In this moment Hamlet finally admits that his actions and feelings thus far have been out of a maddening…. Hale and Mrs. Peters seem to stand with Mrs. Continuing from the discuss of the dirty towels, Mrs. Hale defends her neighbor from the critique of the male characters and is obviously very bothered by their comments about what kind of a women they assume Mrs.