The Purloined Letter Storyboard

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  • This is so relaxing!
  • Hey! Haven't seen you in years how've you been? Hope everything is well.
  • Yes! it been several years and everything is great.
  • I cant believe that even such great agents that we couldn't find the letter.
  • Yes true but don't worry we will find that letter soon no one can hide anything from us.
  • In the evening of Paris after dark the narrator and his friend, C. Auguste Dupin were enjoying themselves in Dupin's little library and the narrator was enjoying himself in meditation and a meerschaum, while Dupin was in book closet and they were enjoying. The tone is that the author is calm and peaceful and the mood is that the author is accompanied and happy.
  • Thank you for the money.
  • This part of the scene is when Dupin hasn't seen his friend that is very smart. He hasn't seen him for years and finally sees him and gives his a big welcoming. Also his friend has the idea of turning on a lamp because its so dark. The tone is friendly and pleasant and the mood is excitement and happy.
  • This scene is when Dupin and the men go to the building and check every room by room for the letter and couldn't find it. It was impossible for agents like that not to find the letter and there is no such thing as a secret draw to them so search everywhere and can't find it anywhere and they are stressed. The tone here is concerned and the mood is upset and worried.
  • What was that?
  • In this scene the prefect was in shock when Dupin asked for money to give him for the letter. He then took out his pen and filled up and signed a check for fifty thousand francs and handed across the table to Dupin. The tone in this scene is speechless and the mood is happy and excited.
  • This scene is when Dupin found the letter after all the hard work he put in and the prefect couldn't do it and the letter was torn apart when he found it, and he feels good that he found the letter. The tone is accomplished and proud and his mood is cheerful and confident.
  • In this scene the narrator succeeds in stealing the original letter and replaces it by a face-simile while D-- is distracted by some shooting outside the hotel. The tone is suspenseful and the mood is fearful.
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