Silence of the Lambs is an almost intfinitely allusive novel, persistently referencing known people, places, and things to tell its story. In the slides, I talked about Florence, Belvedere, Orvietto, Threave, and several other prisons, dungeons and forts. Find a reference to a real world person, place or thing not already discussed in the slides and explain how the book’s reference to it works in the novel as a whole or simply in the paragraph where it appears. Don’t choose a reference that someone else has posted about in your group. There are many, many possibilities available: Picasso, expressway overpasses and rivers that you could probably find on Google maps, buildings, insect life, food, TV shows, and dozens more.
It would be helpful to include paste in a link to an image of the person, place, or think you’re writing about.