Wk. 4 Pgs. 263-341 Lost in a Book by Jennifer Donnelly
By 6767f027, Updated
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*Belle shakes her head no*
"This game grows tiresome. Give me the bracelet, the handkerchief, and the coin. Now."
"Mrs. Potts! Lumiere! Help! It's me Belle! Cogsworth, please! Can't you see me?"
"My dear, you do not want to make me angrier than I already am. Trust me on that. Because of you, this game was trickier than I thought..."
"Use your heart, Belle! Your heart, Belle! Your heart!"
Belle went around Nevermore and collected what she left in order to try to get out of the book. The countess tracked her down as she was about to try to leave. She was the one who was responsible for trapping her and therefore was not happy to see Belle try to escape. When asked for the three things, Belle denies to give them which enrages the Countess.
Belle can see everyone from the castle and tries to get their attention. This is useless because they can't see her. The countess becomes more and more angry. Lucanos, the beetle and Belle's friend, reminds Belle to use the necklace that the Beast gave her to get out of Nevermore. When she does, Belle returns home to the Beast's castle.
I chose this scene because it wraps up the conflict of the book. Belle is no longer in danger of being stuck in Nevermore because the heart helps her to escape. The readers'questions are answered and there are no more problems or conflicts that arise. The countess' lies and deception proved to be not enough to trap Belle in Nevermore forever.
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