The Monkey's Paw by W.W. Jacobs

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1. Summary

1.1. Chapter 1:

1.1.1. describes his family and how happy they are

1.2. Chapter 2:

1.2.1. talks about monkey paw and what it can do

1.3. Chapter 3:

1.3.1. the family asks for 30,000 pounds but they do not expect the way in which they will receive the money

1.4. Chapter 4:

1.4.1. everything is still very normal but Mr white is starting to feel strange. they still do not receive their money

1.4.1.1. everything is still very normal but Mr white is starting to feel strange. they still do not receive their mon

1.5. Chapter 5:

1.5.1. a very unexpected news they receive, their son died in an accident and they give them 30,000 for his death

1.6. Chapter 6:

1.6.1. The family was very sad for the death of their son, but they came up with an idea, the monkey leg still had two wishes, so they wanted their son to return

1.7. Chapter 7:

1.7.1. Still their son did not return and the wish did not work, they believed that their son had returned but it was not, so they decided to spend their last wish, they did not say it was

2. Author

2.1. W.W. Jacobs

2.1.1. Write a short description of the author

2.1.1.1. William Wymark Jacobs (September 8, 1863 - September 1, 1943) was a British humorist, novelist, and short story writer. He is best known for one of his ghoulish tales as The Monkey's Paw, included in the storybook The Lady of the Barge (The Lady of the Barge, 1902). Most of his work, however, belongs to the humorous genre.

3. Wish + Past

3.1. Mr Morris:

3.1.1. Mr Morris wish a car and be young

3.2. Family:

3.2.1. 1. they wish was to receive 30,000 pounds and they wish that his son returned,the third wish they did not say what it would be

4. Moral of the Story

4.1. this story shows us that we need to appreciate the little things, our family and the moments with them, Sometimes when we want to do something we don't think things through and decide everything easy, then we have to think of better ways to get money without risking anyone

5. Opinions

5.1. In my opinion it is a small, but interesting book, I liked the way of reading it and the activities we did quite a bit