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Characters of the Landlady
Billy Weaver and the Land lady and Porter
Billy Weaver?
MA, DY
The Land lady?
MA; ST
Porter?
MI; ST
Characters of the Tell-Tale Heart
Old Man, Caretaker, Police
The old man?
MA; DY
The caretaker?
MA; ST
The Police from the Tell-Tale Heart?
MI; ST
The characters of the Monkey's Paw
Herbert White, Mr and Mrs. White, Seargeant MAjor Morris, The guy from Maw and Meggins
Herbert White?
MA; DY
Mr. White
MA; ST
Mrs. White
MA; ST
Sergeant MAjor Morris
MI; ST
The guy from Maw and Meggins
MI; ST
Where did Herbert work?
Maw & Meggins
Characters of the lottery
Mr. Summers, Mr. Graves, Mrs. Hutchinson, Old Man Warner, Mrs. Delacroix, Mr. Hutchinson
Who is Mrs. Hutchinson's oldest daughter?
Eva (married to Don
Mrs. Hutchinson?
MA; DY
Mr. Summers?
MA, ST
Mr. Graves?
MA; DY
Old Man Warner?
MA; ST
Mrs. Delacroix?
MI; DY
Nancy, Bill Jr, and Little Davy. Who are they?
Nancy: Mr. & Mrs. Hutchinson's daughter; Bill Jr.: Mr and Mrs. Hutchinson's oldest son; Davy: Mr. And Mrs. Hutchinson's youngest child(son)
Who is the protagonist of the landlady
Billy Weaver
Who is the protagonist of the Tell tale heart?
Caretaker
Who is the protagonist of the monkey's paw?
Mr. and Mrs. White
Who is the protagonist of the lottery?
Mrs. Hutchinson
Who is the antagonist of the tell tale heart?
Old Man's eye
Who is the antagonist of the landlady?
the landlady
Who is the antagonist of the lottery
the whole village
Who is the antagonist of the monkeys paw?
the monkey's paw
What kind of conflict is in the landlady?
External; man vs. man
What kind of conflict is in the tell tale heart?
man vs. man/eye/ man vs. self: BOTH
What kind of conflict is in the lottery?
man vs. society/ external
What kind of conflict is in the monkeys paw?
external; man vs. nature
What is the setting of the landlady?
Bath, England: the night, cold, windy; Bed and Breakfast: warm and cozy --> creepy
What is the setting of the tell tale heart?
caretaker's house; old man's room
What is the setting of the monkey's paw?
the white's house
What is the setting of the lottery?
Small, farming village/ town square
Whose point of view is told in the landlady?
3rd person; 1st person limited (Billy)
Whose point of view is told in the tell tale heart?
1st person(caretaker) omniscient???
Whose point of view is told in the monkey's paw?
3rd person
Whose point of view is told in the lottery?
3rd person omniscient
What is the theme of the landlady?
Appearances can be deceiving/ trust your instincts
What is the theme of the tell tale heart?
appearances can be deceiving
What is the theme of the monkeys paw?
appearances can be deceiving
What is the theme of the lottery?
Humans are evil, greedy, and dont question traditions
What is the mood of the landlady?
dark, suspenseful, creepy. Beginning: cold, warm and cozy @ B&B
What is the mood of the tell tale heart?
dark, suspenseful, mysterious
What is the mood of the monkey's paw?
dark, sorrowful, mysterious
What is the mood of the lottery?
happy --> nervous, frantic, DAMNATION as Josh would say
Literary Elements: Landlady: Foreshadowing; Symbolism
FS: "Youre just right" "I stuff all my little pets" "really liked his tea..." "...wouldn't want to go breaking any laws at THIS point of the proceedings.."
SYM.: tea, guestbook, pets
Literary Elements: Tell Tale Heart: IRONY; symbolism
IRONY: the caretaker goes crazy and confesses @ the end
SYM.: the bed, eye
Literary Elements: The Monkeys Paw: Foreshadowing, synbolism
FS: The fakir's spell on the paw
SYM.: the paw, the money
Literary Elements: The lottery: irony, foreshadowing
IRONY: mrs. hutchinson's behaviour @ beginning --> the end
FS: kids getting rocks together
Describe the plot of the Landlady: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
Exposition:Billy --> 17 year old traveling businessman; BATH --> looking for a place to stay
Rising Action: B&B=creepy -> start to suspect something is up. guestbook --> recognizes names; drinks tea
Climax: shes talking about pets, we realize somethings like what she does to her pets + visitors; drinks tea
Falling Action: Billy dies, he gets stuffed and put on the 4th floor
Resolution: Billy dies, he gets stuffed and put on the 4th floor
Describe the plot of the tell tale heart: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
Exposition: Caretaker = talking about disease + old man's eye
Rising Action: the caretaker 'visits' the old man while he sleeps for a week
Climax: the caretaker kills the old man and cuts him up and puts him under the floorboards
Falling Action: Police come + caretaker shows them the house: clam and casual
Resolution: the caretaker goes crazy + confesses of the murder to the police
Describe the plot of the monkey's paw: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
Exposition: the sergeant comes in and explains the paw
Rising Action: Mr. white takes out the paw and makes a wish
Climax: herbert dies and the whites get 200 pounds - their wish
Falling Action: mrs white wishes for their son back
Resolution: knocking on door; mr white makes last wish
Describe the plot of the Lottery: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
Exposition: kids getting rocks ready and gathering around
Rising Action: Mr graves brings box out and every1 gets ready + Old man warner talks about getting rid of lottery in other villages
Climax: people start drawing slips and the hutchinsons 'win'
Falling Action: another drawing occurs and mrs hutchinson 'wins' + she says its not fair
Resolution: mrs. hutchinson get pummeled by rocks and dies