Silence of the Lambs

Topics: Hannibal Lecter, The Silence of the Lambs, Clarice Starling Pages: 1 (528 words) Published: April 24, 2014
Title ~ Silence of the Lambs

Author ~ Thomas Harris

Genre ~ Crime Fiction/Thriller/Drama/Horror

Setting ~ Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Baltimore, Maryland. This is where Clarice interviews Doctor Lecter before any deals are made to move him to any other hospital.
~ “The Cage” in Memphis, Tennessee. After Doctor Lecter spoke to the Senator about her daughter, he was placed in The Cage on the top floor of the courthouse, being part of the deal that he had made with Chilton.

Character Theme ~ A character theme of Doctor Hannibal Lecter is that he is much smarter and one step ahead of everyone. Lecter can also read into people very well and I feel that I can do the same because I can figure out people emotions, motives, and thoughts very easily.

Recommendation ~ I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in psychology, crime, or murder because that's basically what the book is comprised of. Although, you have to be intelligent enough to figure things out for yourself and read beyond the words written on the page because the author does not spell everything out for you. It would also be best if you have a vivid and darker imagination because it is more enjoyable that way.

Dear Journal:

Today Crawford send out the charming student in training, Clarice Starling, again. What a clever girl she is, but not clever enough. Crawford thinks he can use her to get information about Buffalo Bill from me. Bill's sixth victim has been discovered with the Black Witch Moth shoved into her throat; I admire Bill's marks. Clarice tells me that Catherine Martin, the senator's daughter has been reported missing and that her blouse has been found slit up the back; the FBI believes this to be Bill again. Clarice tells me that if I help in the capture of Bill and the rescue of Catherine that I will be transferred out of this wretched asylum, but this offer seems too good to be true. Dr. Chilton recorded Clarice's offer...
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