"The Woman in White" is told from several different point of views, as though in a court case. Pretend "The Woman in White" is set in court and you have heard the early testimony of Walter. Write a brief article for the local paper, explaining Walter's first encounter with the woman in white.
Design the Outfit
When Walter meets the title character of "The Woman in White", she is described as "dressed in head to foot in white garments". Using visual media or actual clothing, create an outfit to depict what the woman in white was wearing at this first encounter. Students will share their outfits with the rest of the class and explain why it appropriately depicts the woman in white.
Walter provides art lessons for Laura in "The Woman in White". Based on one of these lessons, create your version of the...
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