Rebecca

Rebecca
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  • She Who Shall Not be Named is Named
  • Rebecca was in her boat when it capsized and sank. She was washed overboard and her body was found two months later.
  • Love in Fragments
  • "We are happy, aren't we?" (pg. 146)
  • I don't know! If you say we are happy, then we are happy, end of discussion.
  • Ben Sells Seashells by the Seashore.
  • "You've got angel's eyes,...You're not like the other one,...Tall and dark she was,...She gave you the feeling of a snake.....I looked in on her once,... and she turned on me, she did. 'You don't know me, do you?' she said. 'You've never seen me here, and you won't again. If I catch you looking at me through the windows here I'll have you put in the asylum." (pg. 154)
  • The narrator questions Frank Crawley, directly using Rebecca's name, in order to see where she stands in comparison. While she feels empowered by doing this, she ends up making Mr. Crawley uncomfortable; the narrator speculates it's due to him having been in love with her. Through this, the narrator discovers information on Rebecca's death.
  • What You Don't Know Can't Hurt You
  • "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,..." (pg. 161)
  • "Rebecca" by Daphne du Maurier (Chapters 11-15)
  • The narrator is given art books from Beatrice and attempts to place them on the desk in the morning-room. In doing so, she breaks a little china cupid that was on the desk, this being a wedding present Rebecca had received. The narrator tells Maxim and it leads into an argument that eventually is about whether or not it was right that they got married; Max questioning the happiness of the narrator. The narrator says she is happy and questions to see if Max feels the same way, though he does not give a direct answer.
  • The One Where Mrs. Danvers is Nice
  • While Maxim is away in London for two days, the narrator entertains herself by going down to the beach and walking Jasper. The narrator follows Jasper to the beach area with the cottage, now identifying where Rebecca's boat was once docked. The narrator followsJasper into the cottage where she finds Ben who becomes fearful that she may put him in the asylum. When she denies this, he gives her a shell and says that she is very kind in comparison to Rebecca.
  • What Ever Happened to Lady Rebecca?
  • Who is this stranger? I don't want her, I want Rebecca. Where is Rebecca?
  • Upon returning from the beach, the narrator looks up to find a man in the window of a room in the west wing, eventually realizing Mrs. Danvers is also in the room. The narrator goes into the house and runs into the mystery man who goes by " Jack Favell." Although he seems delighted to talk to the narrator, Mrs. Danvers is explicitly unpleased by the narrator's discovery of him. The narrator begins to question Favell's character as he refers to Maxim as "Max," and asks the narrator to keep quiet to Max about his visit.
  • Mrs. Danvers finds the narrator snooping around Rebecca's old room and joins her. She begins to explain everything in the room, including the special relationship it had with Rebecca, tying it with her death in a scarily casual way. The narrator fears Mrs. Danvers, not for her typical frigid attitude but instead for her new intimate nature toward the narrator when talking about Rebecca. Mrs. danvers says that she sometimes feels as though Rebecca is still in the house and asks the narrator if she feels the same.
  • "Here is her nightdress...You've been touching it, haven't you? This was the nightdress she was wearing for the last night before she died. Would you like to touch it again?" (pg. 168)
  • Maxim's sister, Beatrice, comes to see the narrator and invites her to come and meet her and Max's grandmother. Upon meeting the nearly blind lady, the narrator begins to wish she could know what was going on in her head because of the age and state she is in. She is snapped out of this when the grandmother begins questioning who the narrator is and insists upon seeing Rebecca. While the nurse attends to calming down the grandmother, Beatrice leaves with the narrator hurriedly, apologizing for the event.
  • We should go. I'm so sorry for all of this.
  • Storyboard by Madison Ramirez
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