Lamb to the slaughter

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  • Direct characterization
  • for this was her sixth month with child – had acquired a wonderful translucent quality, the mouth was soft, and the eyes, with their new placid look, seemed larger darker than before. line 12
  • That shows direct characterization because it describes how she looks like and it also describes how a normal women looked in the 50s
  • Hullo durling
  • It showed that she needed to respect her husband like a normal women would do from the 50s
  • Speech
  • Hullo darling
  • For her, this was always a blissful time of day. She knew he didn’t want to speak much until the first drink was finished, . 7 paragraph
  • Thoughts
  • She thinks like a normal women in tose times would think and acts. She lets the man talk. Also she nevers acts like a murderer and she would never think of murdeering him
  • Her actions were actions of a perfect murder. Because the evidence can be perfectly hide she can eat the lamb easily. Also is a perfect murder because no one would expect se would have killed his husband and there was also no blood. she aalso acted really normal.
  • Actions
  • without any pause she swung the big frozen leg of lamb high in the air and brought it down as hard as she could on the back of his head. paragraph 43.
  • Effects on others
  • Her effects were really negative for others. Because she fooled all the police men and she also fooled the doctor. Her other massive effect was when she manipulated the officer so they would eat the lamb which was the only piece of evidence to solve the crime
  • “Whoever done it, they’re not going to be carrying a thing like that around with them longer than they need.” Paragraph 107
  • She changed the way she acted. Because in the firs part  of the story she was a really nice person that no one thought that she will kill someone. But in the end of the story she is a criminal. So there was a passive change
  • Dynamic or static haracterization
  • And in the other room, Mary Maloney began to giggle. paragraph 115
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