Mrs Lyons - Blood Brothers


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Mrs Lyons - Blood Brothers
  1. Words to describe her
    1. Beginning of play
      1. Kind
        1. Thoughtful
          1. Mysterious
            1. Desparate
              1. Lonely
                1. Exploiting
                2. Middle of play
                  1. Lonely
                    1. Threatening
                      1. Frightening
                        1. Superstitious
                          1. Manipulative
                            1. Vicious
                            2. End of play
                              1. Revealing
                                1. Bitter
                                  1. Jealous
                                    1. Revenge
                                    1. “How are you? Is the job working out for you?” – Mrs L- Pg. 7
                                      1. “I’m finding it rather large at present” –Mrs L- Pg. 7
                                        1. “How quickly an idea planted…surely as a seed in a mother’s womb”- Narrator- Pg.10
                                          1. “Please, Mrs Johnstone. Please.”- Mrs L- Pg. 11
                                            1. “MRS LYONS shows the bible to MRS JOHNSTONE… and then lays her hand on it.”
                                              1. “You swore on the bible.” - Mrs L
                                                1. “You gave your baby away.” – Mrs Lyons – Pg. 18
                                                  1. “You won't tell anyone about this, Mrs Johnstone, because if you do, you will kill them”
                                                    1. "You'll be locked up. You sold your baby." - Mrs L- Pg. 18
                                                      1. "you're not the same as him" - Mrs L - Pg. 29
                                                        1. “Mrs Lyons hits Edward hard and instinctively” - Mrs Lyons – Pg. 29
                                                          1. “Because if we stay here I feel that something terrible will happen, something bad”
                                                            1. “They’re drawing him away” - Mrs Lyons – Pg. 35
                                                              1. “Everybody has secrets, don't you have secrets?” - Mrs Lyons – Pg. 53
                                                                1. “You won’t ruin Edward!” - Mrs Lyons – Pg. 59
                                                                  1. “Mrs Lyons has opened the knife drawer and has a lethal-looking kitchen knife in her hand” - Mrs Lyons – Pg. 60
                                                                    1. “High upon the hill there's a woman gone mad” - Narrator – Pg. 60
                                                                      1. “She turns Mickey round and points out Edward and Linda to him” - Mrs Lyons – Pg. 79
                                                                      2. Linking points for an essay/controlled assesment
                                                                        1. Linking Points
                                                                          1. He also presents…
                                                                            1. Another impression…
                                                                              1. Even though…
                                                                                1. In conclusion…
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                                                                                    1. As a result of this…
                                                                                      1. However…
                                                                                        1. Yet…
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                                                                                              1. After…
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                                                                                                2. Introducing Quotations
                                                                                                  1. This is highlighted by…
                                                                                                    1. As Russell tells us in the play…
                                                                                                      1. This is shown when…
                                                                                                        1. For example…
                                                                                                          1. He describes him as…
                                                                                                            1. This is revealed by…
                                                                                                            2. Introducing Explanations
                                                                                                              1. This suggests…
                                                                                                                1. This gives the impression that…
                                                                                                                  1. This makes me think that…
                                                                                                                    1. This could indicate that…
                                                                                                                      1. The word…suggests…
                                                                                                                        1. This sounds as if…
                                                                                                                          1. It appears as if…
                                                                                                                            1. This could show that…
                                                                                                                              1. It’s as if…
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