Rebecca Chapters 11-15 Storyboard

Rebecca Chapters 11-15 Storyboard
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  • Frank Crawley and the Narrator Go on a Walk
  • "What happened to it? Was that the boast she was sailing when she was drowned?" pg. 128
  • The Breaking of the Cupid and Quarrel with Max
  • The Narrator's Encounter with Ben
  • "Tall and dark she was, she gave you the feeling of a snake... Ill have you put in the asylum ,' she said." pg. 154
  • In Chapter 11 of Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, the narrator meets with Frank Crawley, Maxim de Winter's agent, and they take a walk. The narrator becomes very curious and interrogates Crawley about Rebecca. Crawley beings to feel distressed by all the questions he is being bombarded with, making the conversation a little awkward, but he reveals more about the mysterious cottage and Rebecca's death. The narrator also finds a friend in Crawley and is able to relate to him.
  • The Narrator Meets Jack Favell
  • "By-the-way, it would be very sporting and grand of you if you did not mention this little visit of mine to Max. He doesn't exactly approve of me, Im afraid." pg. 161
  • In chapter 12, the narrator receives books from Beatrice which she decides to place on a desk. The books topple over and cause a china cupid to shatter. Later, the staff finds out and Frith tells Maxim. Maxim then finds out that it was the narrator's fault and they get into a little quarrel which causes them to question their marriage's standing. Is their marriage successful or going downhill?
  • Mrs. Danvers and Rebecca's Room
  • In Chapter 13, the narrator goes down to the beach with Jasper, but he runs away into the cottage where Ben is crouched in the corner. The narrator talks to Ben and takes him outside where he gifts her a seashell, but then he starts to talk about Rebecca. He explains how he fears her and why as well as telling the narrator that she is different from Rebecca because of her generosity . He describes her as a snake who wanted to send him to an asylum. The narrator quickly says goodbye to him and leaves after his statement about Rebecca.
  • The Narrator Meets Gran
  • "I want Rebecca, what have you done with Rebecca?" pg. 185
  • In the later Chapter 13, the narrator meets Jack Favell, who we find out is Rebecca's cousin. The narrator is not pleased with him and describes his stench of alcohol breath and offensive attitude. He is revealed to be a really close friend of Mrs. Danvers, but not a friend of Maxim. Favell oddly told the narrator to not mention his visit to Maxim.
  • In Chapter 14, Mrs. Danvers finds the narrator in Rebecca's room, and then Mrs. danvers starts to show her around the room as her demeanour changes. She had become more affectionate and less cold. She showed the narrator around the room with a smile on her face, happy to be presenting Rebecca's things, but the narrator felt uncomfortable with Mrs. Danvers new personality. Mrs. Danvers goes on to talk about Rebecca's death, how she dusts the room everyday, and that she feels Rebecca everywhere around her. She acts as if Rebecca is still alive.
  • In Chapter 15, Beatrice takes the Narrator to see her and Maxim's Grandma, Gran. When they arrive, the narrator compares blind Gran to Maxim and then she started to wonder about her what time at Mannerly must have been like. They have a very nice conversation until Gran starts to panic and ask where Rebecca is. She forgets about who the narrator is and she frantically asks where Rebecca is. Beatrice and the narrator leave immediately and Beatrice apologises to her about the horrifying experience.
  • by Caroline Wong
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