Table of Contents
- 1 What does Mrs White want as the second wish?
- 2 Why is Mr White afraid to wish a second time?
- 3 Why did Mrs White want the monkey’s paw?
- 4 Why did Mr White wish for Herbert not to come back?
- 5 Why was Mr White scared after his first wish?
- 6 What was Mr White afraid of?
- 7 What was Mrs White’s second wish in the monkeys Paw?
- 8 What does this line spoken by mr.white help you predict?
What does Mrs White want as the second wish?
Mrs White thinks that the monkey’s paw can relieve her of the pain and grief caused by her son’s death. As she stands by the window sobbing one night, she remembers that they have had only one wish. Mrs White wants the monkey’s paw to make a second wish. The second wish is to have her son brought back to life.
What character detail about Mrs White would help you predict what her second wish will be?
The Monkey’s Paw Rev
|Which aspect of Mrs. White’s character helps you predict what the second wish will be?||She is a loving mother|
|What is The Monkey’s Paw about?||a magical but evil monkey’s paw that ruins the quiet life of a family|
Why is Mr White afraid to wish a second time?
Why is Mr. White afraid to wish a second time? He does not believe the paw can grant wishes. He realizes his wishes can have bad consequences.
How does Mr White feel about the second wish?
Mr. White has no desire to make another wish. He is afraid of the monkey’s paw because of the consequences of his first wish. But at his wife’s insistence he wishes for his son to return to them.
Why did Mrs White want the monkey’s paw?
White. For example, she understands the significance of the Maw and Meggins representative’s visit before her husband does, and she is the one to suggest wishing on the monkey’s paw a second time to bring Herbert back to life. The death of her son and the belief that it might have been prevented nearly drive Mrs.
Why does Mr White fear his son again?
Mr. White also probably felt a huge sense of guilt and dred at the possibility of facing his son after wishing for the money. White was afraid of the curse of the Monkey’s Paw and would rather live with the result of one bad wish than the result of more than one bad wish.
Why did Mr White wish for Herbert not to come back?
White ignores her husband and proceeds to wish her son alive again. Mr. Therefore, he refuses to open the door when they hear the knock and makes his final wish — probably wishing for their son, Herbert, to be dead again. So, he does not answer the door because he believes that his son will be a dead, mutilated body.
What is Mr White afraid of?
Why was Mr. White fearful and why didn’t he want his wife to answer the door? He was afraid is was Herbert and he was afraid of what condition he would be in.
Why was Mr White scared after his first wish?
How much money does Mr White wish for?
Mr. White is the elderly man who buys the monkey’s paw and uses it to wish for two hundred pounds (British money) in order to pay off the loan on his house.
What was Mr White afraid of?
White has seen his actual condition and feels horrified at the thought of having such a monster move back into their little house to live with them again. When there is no immediate result from his second wish, Mr. White begins to believe that the monkey’s paw has no real power at all.
Why does Mr White ask for 200 pounds?
Mr. White says he has everything he wants and isn’t sure what to wish for. Herbert says that two hundred pounds would enable them to pay off the money owed for the house. White wishes aloud for two hundred pounds as Herbert accompanies him with melodramatic chords played on the piano.
What was Mrs White’s second wish in the monkeys Paw?
In “The Monkey’s Paw,” what fact about Mrs. White helps you predict what the second wish will be? she is a loving mother who is saddened by her son’s death In “The Monkey’s Paw,” what is outside the door after Mr. White’s second wish? Herbert, back from the dead Which event in “The Monkey’s Paw,” signals the resolution of the story?
Why is Mr. White afraid to wish a second time? He does not believe the paw can grant wishes. He is so grief-stricken that he forgets the paw. He realizes his wishes can have bad consequences. He has become angry since Herbert’s death. In the resolution of “The Monkey’s Paw,” what most likely happened to Herbert? He is killed in an accident.
Which is detail foreshadows the results of the third wish?
Which detail foreshadows the results of the third wish? A) the monkey’s paw wriggles in Mr. White’s grasp B) Morris urges the Whites to burn the monkey’s paw C) Herbert goes off cheerfully to work. D) Mrs. white claims she could never fear the child she has nursed B What does this line spoken by Mr. white help you predict.
What does this line spoken by mr.white help you predict?
What does this line spoken by Mr. white help you predict. “It seems to me I’ve got all I want.” A) that he will wish for a large sum of money B) that the wishes can only change his life for the worse C)That his wife will force him to wish for something D) that he will regret it if he doesn’t make a wish A