Rebecca

Rebecca
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ch. 11-15

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  • The Death of Rebecca
  • "Could not someone have got out to her?" (pg. 129)
  • The Hard Facts
  • Lashing Out
  • "you broke it? Why the devil didn't you say so when Frith was here" (pg. 140)
  • In this scene form the novel Rebecca, by Daphne Du Maurier, the Narrator learns from Frank Crawley more details about the death of Rebecca. He tells her that they didn't find her until two months after she died. She learned that the boat she had been on had been capsized and sank so she was washed over board. This apparently was not strange because she went out there alone like that often.
  • Fear of the Asylum
  • "You wont out me in the asylum are you?" (pg. 154)
  • In this scene The Narrator learns about how others felt about Rebecca. The Bishop and his wife told the Narrator that Rebecca was clever, and beautiful, and liked sports. They also asked about the narrator and what hobbies she had. The Narrator told them that she loved to draw, but hearing all these things about Rebecca only increased her self esteem issues.
  • Gone but Not Forgotten
  • "Rebecca" by: Daphne Du Maurier (Ch. 11-15)
  • "This was her bed. It's a beautiful bed isn't it?" (pg. 168)
  • In this scene Max looses his temper again. An expensive cupid was broken in the morning-room and the Narrator tells him that she was the one who broke it. Max responds buy telling her not to be an idiot. This event led to a bigger fight where they worried they had rushed into this marriage and if Max was selfish for marrying her.
  • Where's Rebecca?
  • "Why did not Maxim bring Rebecca? Im so fond of Rebecca. Where is Rebecca ?" (pg 185)
  • In this scene Jasper lead the Narrator to the cottage that she had been at before with Max and finds Ben there. Ben tells the Narrator that she is not like Rebecca. He told her that Rebecca gave him "the feeling of a snake. Ben worries that the Narrator will send him to the Asylum but she assures him she wont but he mustn't go to the cottage again.
  • In this scene we get a deeper sense of how Mrs. Danvers felt about Rebecca. She tells the narrator about the different aspects of Rebecca's room and how she has still maintained it. She showed her: her bed, her brushes, and the last night dress she wore before she died. For the first time we see Mrs. Danvers show admiration towards someone.
  • In this scene the Narrator meets Max and Beatrice's Mother "Gram". Things seemed to be going fine but then all of a sudden it was like she didn't understand who the Narrator was. She told her she never had seen her face at the Manderley. She then started to ask for Rebecca, and ask where she was. The narrator told the Narrator and Beatrice that they had better leave because when she gets like this it could last for hours.
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