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"The Monkey's Paw"

what is the setting? an isolated village; windy, stormy night
what point of view? 3rd person limited
what is the power of the paw? evil
who are the characters? sergeant major morris, mr and mrs white, herbert
what are 3 examples of foreshadowing 1- when major is telling about his 3 wishes, 2- throws paw in fire, 3- tells story about man before him whose third wish was death
what was the first wish 200 pounds
what happens when first wish is made? paw wiggles, a crash came from piano
what happens to herbert? he is crushed in machinery
what did not wish for them to have that money? fate
what was the 2nd wish for his son to be alive
what was the 3rd wish for herbert to be dead again
what is this story an example of? ambiguity
ambiguity you can interpret a story in more than one way
Created by: fosterwiygul