I was reading On the Face of It, written by Susan Hill. When I completed reading Scene Three, I just thought that Mr Lamb was unconscious.

I read a book containing the explanation of the story and I was shocked to know that Mr Lamb died.

Can somebody please clarify that Mr Lamb is really dead by citing the relevant text from the story?

In page 68, "He stops dead. Silence." Who does he refer to? I assumed that it referred to Derry staying quiet.

The fact that Derry was speaking to Mr Lamb at the end made me feel he didn't die.



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