Lamb to the Slaughter-Mike-805

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Storyboard Description

Tone, Mood, Conflict, Foreshadow, POV and Theme (6 frames)

Storyboard Text

  • Tone
  • I think it's a shame, that when someone's been a policeman as long as you have, he still has to walk around all day long.
  • Mood
  • Tired, darling?
  • Yes, I am thoroughly exhausted.
  • Conflict
  • I've already told you.
  • Don't make supper for me. I'm going out.
  • The tone in this part of the short story Lamb to the Slaughter is that Mary Maloney is sounds like a mother.
  • Foreshadow
  • But, darling, you have to eat! I'll do it anyway, and then you can have it or not, as you like.
  • She took his coat and hung it up.
  • The mood is calm and tranquil.
  • POV
  • Hello, Darling
  • This is conflict because Mary got very angry after Perter Maloney told her that he was going to leave her so she was going to kill him.
  • Theme
  • This is going to be a big shock to you, I'm afraid.
  • It foreshadows that something bad is about to happen because he told her to sit down to maybe talk.
  • Just for a minute, sit down.
  • The POV of this short story is in third person.
  • Hello
  • The theme of this short story is betrayal because Patrick still wanted to leave her, even though she is pregnant.
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