Project storyboard for Mr. Westing

Project storyboard for Mr. Westing

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  • Hello what's your name?
  • MT?
  • In The Westing Game Angela, the main character, in the beginning is very quiet and doesn't talk to anyone. This changes throughout the story because to find the murderer she got into partnership and found clues which turned her into the main character. 
  • AH!
  • Angela is partners with Sydelle Pulaski and they are finding things clues for the murderer. They go into a dark room, get scared and run out! In the text it says, "Angela, too frightened to notice that Sydelle ran through the apartment," (Raskin 51-52). Angela is scared to leave her partner and be all alone.
  • Your still pretty.
  • Angela towards the middle of the story is getting smarter as the story goes on.  She finds another clue and this time Sydelle calls her smart! "I checked Turtles diary... MT...Excellent," (Raskin 50). Sydelle calls Angela excellent for finding another clue because they could be getting close to be finding their murderer.   
  • My sister...
  • A quality trait that Angela has in the beginning is that she is quiet. She doesn't talk to anyone because she thinks all those people are to good for her. In the text it states, "What in the world did Angela mean by the word 'nun'?" (Raskin 35). Nobody spoke to Angela either so nobody knew what she meant by said nun. This shows how quiet she is and that she doesn't talk. 
  • In the middle, Angela's trait turns to crazy because she knew she was pretty but was the bomber trying to make her go mot pretty. This changed her thoughts and made her head spin. The author states, "Maybe she was crazy, she must've been crazy," (Raskin 99). She wants to be pretty but she doesn't think she will anymore so now she is going crazy. 
  • The last trait at the end is the main character because everyone likes her and talks to her and worries about her. This turns Angela into the main character in the book and she wasn't quiet anymore. It says, "Angela. And how is your pretty sister, the bomber?" (Raskin 180). Everyone is paying more attention to Angela more than ever to make sure she's okay.  
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