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    Fearful Wishing "The Monkey's Paw" What if in this world there is an item that can grant anybody any three wishes? There may even be serious and dangerous consequences to every wish. The strange thing about the ability to get any three wishes that one wants is that it's true."The monkey's paw" written by W.W. Jacobs uses the well known story of being granted 3 wishes but puts a twist on the story creating a horror type story. In the small parlor of Lakesnam Villa a visitor comes named Sergeant Major

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    The Monkeys Paw Analysis

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    In the story “The Monkey’s Paw” by W.W. Jacobs the story shows Mr. White only having two consequences even though he had three wishes. While in the film “The Monkey’s Paw” by Ricky Lewis Jr. made the film make Mr. White have all three consequences for three his wishes from the monkey’s paw. This example shows only two of the many similarities and differences in the film and story of “Monkey’s Paw.” In the film and story of “The Monkey’s Paw” there was always a consequence to having their wishes

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    -Ildar- Tempting Fate The “Monkey’s Paw” reveals an intriguing story of destiny and death. The Theme challenges the classical ideas of destiny and fate. From the beginning of the story Mr. White denies the seriousness of the paw. When he says, “Well, why don’t you have three sir”, he is in a way mocking Morris and the criticalness of the paw. The effects of disturbing fate do not even occur to him at this point and his intrigue and human greed override his judgment. “If you don’t want it, Morris

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    Throughout “The Monkeys Paw” by W.W Jacobs he uses suspense in numerous ways to draw the reader to the story. One of his many suspenseful tactics was the simple fact that the monkeys paw contained three wishes. I do not think I could live in this period the weather was cold and desert roads seems kind of spooky. It reminds me of a dark and gloomy place of sadness. I think that W.W Jacobs’s point of view is his own, and his stories are a great way to see life in another way. In my own words, this

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    “The Monkey’s Paw” was a short story written by William Wymark Jacobs. Jacobs uses two themes in the short story to draw in his readers. The two themes are to be careful what you wish for and you can't get something for nothing. These two themes could provide the reader with a deeper understanding of the writing of “The Monkey’s Paw”. They are three people in the Whites family, Mr. White, Mrs. White, and their son Herbert White. They are a happy family who like in a relatively safe environment as

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    mystery in the signalman and the monkeys paw? To answer the question, I believe that the authors of The Signalman and The Monkey's Paw use the genres of mystery very well. I am going to explain why I think that in the following essay. The first idea that I am going to look at is the role of fate. We see this take place in both stories, but in slightly different ways. In The Monkey's Paw, we see fate take on a large role, as the story is about a monkey's paw that has been invested with a lot

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    The Ways in Which the Writers Create an Atmosphere of Tension, Mystery and Suspense in the Stories The Monkeys Paw and The Red Room Ans. The Monkeys Paw, a very well written gothic short story by W. W. Jacobs, has an immense variety of elements, which create an atmosphere of mystery and suspense in the story, which also links and can be compared to the short story, The Red Room, written by H. G. Wells. The various steps, which the authors took to bring out the nature of their stories, were

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    Jacobs reveals society’s greed in his short story “Monkeys Paw” through the characters, setting, and the dialogue. The monkeys paw is a symbol of desire and greed, even though the characters have everything that they need, the paw is so alluring that they wish upon it anyways. The short story conveys the theme of the consequences of greed. The danger of wishing reveals consequences of desire and greed. Hebert dies because of the third wish Mr. White makes. Mrs. White wants to wish him back to life

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    My Monkeys Paw

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    Twas a fat man, living alone in a house. His only company was his computer and his xbox. And it was 12:01 just after midnight, he was about to get prestige master on Call of Duty, when there was a knock on the door. But the fat man couldn’t hear the knock at the door because he had his game volume on high with headphones on. But the knocking continued, and got louder and faster, and when the game came to a pause, that is when the fat man heard the knocking. He came to the door and slowly pulled the

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    The Red Room and The Monkeys Paw as Ghost Stories Ghost stories have been around for hundreds of years and are written to scare and to excite people. People read Ghost stories because they enjoy being scared. This essay is about the comparisons between two quite different ghost stories written by two different authors: - 'The Monkeys Paw' by W.W.Jacobs and 'The Red Room' by H G Wells. 'The Red Room' is in many ways a stereotypical ghost story, set in a very big, dark and mysterious

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