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The Woman in Black. Lesson Objective: To be able to summarise the novel so far. Characters – write down the name and one interesting thing about them. O A W R B D L P I K S P N E L B T Y E E O E M R J T L S A E L S E E M Y A I L D.

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the woman in black

The Woman in Black

Lesson Objective:

To be able to summarise the novel so far

characters write down the name and one interesting thing about them
Characters – write down the name and one interesting thing about them
  • O A W R B D L
  • P I K S P
  • N E L B T Y E
  • E O E M R J
  • T L S A E L
  • S E E M
  • Y A I L D
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Mrs Drablow – the woman who has died lives at Eel Marsh House
  • Kipps – (Arthur) the rational protagonist – the person who is telling the story
  • Mr Bentley – Arthur’s boss. Seems to know more than he’s letting on
  • Mr Jerome – another lawyer. Reacted badly when Arthur saw the woman in black
  • Stella – Arthur’s fiancé in the past. We know she will die.
  • Esme – The older Arthur’s second wife.
  • Mr Daily – A traveller on the train. He is a successful land owner in Crythin Gifford.
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Out of the list below, pick out and write an explanation of the 5 most important quotes from the novel so far
  • It was a yellow fog, a filthy, evil-smelling fog, a fog that choked and blinded, smeared and stained… (chapter 2)
  • ‘Children.’ Mr Bentley fell silent for a few moments, and rubbed at the pane with his finger, as though t o clear away the obscurity, but the fog loomed, yellow-grey, and thicker than ever…A church bell began to toll. (Chapter 2)
  • ‘Sea-frets, sea-mists. They roll up in a minute from the sea to land across the marshes. It’s the nature of the place. One minute it’s as clear as a June day, the next…’ he gestured to indicate the dramatic suddenness of the frets. (chapter 3)
  • For some reason then, I shuddered, all the more because of the openness of his gaze and the directness of his manner. (chapter 3)
  • Had I known that my untroubled night of good sleep was to be the last such that I was to enjoy for so many terrifying, racked and weary nights to come, perhaps I should not have jumped out of bed with such alacrity… (chapter 4)
  • Innocence, once lost, is lost forever (chapter 4)
  • I intended to wait for the sick-looking woman and offer my arm to escort her. But she was nowhere to be seen. (chapter 4)
  • Mr Jerome stopped dead. (chapter 4)
essay question
Essay Question
  • How has Susan Hill managed to create suspense and tension in the opening chapters of the novel?
    • A rational protagonist
    • Foreshadowing
    • A Frame Narrative
    • Pathetic Fallacy
    • Characters
    • Setting
    • What is NOT said but implied
    • The clues that she leaves for the reader

Mini-essay

Write a response to the question using 3 of the techniques.

Use PEE

3 PARAGRAPHS!!