The Question and Answer section for The Monkey’s Paw is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Mr. White knows that she will see zombie Herbert. His third wish would have been to return Herbert to the dead.
My copy is just one story: it has no chapters. Can you tell me what is happening at the end of your chapter 2?
How does Mr. White approach the game of chess that he plays with his son Herbert? What does this reveal about his personality, and how he will react when he learns about the monkey's paw later in the story
Mr. White seems reckless in his game of chess. He makes an impulsive move and pays the price. This represents his impulsive recklessness when dealing with the monkey paw. Mr. White is also dishonest because he tries to distract his son from the...