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Dear Rebecca

Summary: Imagine writing a letter to the character Rebecca from the book Tebecca About the House, explaining. explain what you have done to Manderly and why, knowing of the character of Mrs. Danvers and of the strange relationship between her and Rebecca.
Pauline Ferguson

Mrs. M. Hanson

Summer Reading Project

Question #3:

Pretend you are Mrs. Danvers. Write a letter to Max and/or his second wife and explain what you have done to Manderly and why. Remember what we know of the character of Mrs. Danvers and of the strange relationship between her and Rebecca.

Dear Mrs. de Winter,

Manderly belongs to my lady. You will never be Mrs. de Winter. My lady was full of spirit, full of tricks and supremely, clever. She was adored by all, everyone who knew her was mad about her, to the point of jealousy. She captured the attention of many men. They simply could not resist her they were like prey in the web of a spider. Can't you see? She is still mistress here even if she's dead. Beat and swallowed-up by the swells of sea. She is the real Mrs. de...

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