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Where a story
takes place
Setting
Definition:
Fond of drinking
Bibulous
Who visits the
White family?
Sergeant Major
Morris
He was wearing a new navy –
blue overcoat a new brown
trilby hat, and a new brown
suit, and he was feeling fine.
Example of what literary
device?
Characterization
Two ways Poe
creates and
maintains suspense
in the story?
Diction;
vocabulary,
repetition;
punctuation
Conflict between
the main character
and an outside
force.
External Conflict
Definition:
Peaceful, quiet,
serene
Tranquil
The setting of this
story is in
England
Where does the
Landlady keep her
visitors?
Fourth floor of the
Bed and Breakfast
How does the
narrator kill the old
man?
He suffocates him
and then hides him
under the
floorboards
Events that make
up the structure of
a story
Plot
Definition: Extreme
sorrow, anxiety;
State of misfortune
Distress
Conflict in The
Third Wish?
Mr. Peters knows
Leita is unhappy
and has to decide
what to do
What puzzles Billy
about the
landlady’s guest
list?
He remembers the
names from the
newspaper and
finds them to be
familiar
What does the
narrator compare
the old man’s eye
to?
A vulture’s eye
A person, place or
thing that
represents
something else
Symbol
Definition: Sly,
deceitful manner
Cunning
Mr. Peters meeting
the King of Forest
is apart of the
story’s
Exposition
Discussing the murder
weapon while eating the
lamb is an example of
which type of irony?
Dramatic
The narrator
constantly repeats
and believes he….
Is considered sane
Mood of a story
Atmosphere
Definition:
Bold; confident;
forward
Presumptuous
Theme of “The
Third Wish” and
“The Monkey’s
Paw”
Do not interfere
with fate;
Value what you
already have in life
How does Dahl reveal
the character of Mary
Maloney?
Through her
thoughts and actions
Why doesn’t the
narrator slip into the old
man’s room and stab
him in his sleep?
He has to get rid of
the “evil eye”
Make your wager
Two examples of
foreshadowing in “The
Landlady” and “The
Monkey’s Paw”
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