Llanos Martínez Muñoz Sara Regragui Janati Xin Yi Xu Huang
The Monkey's Paw
by W.W. Jacobs
The Jugde's House
by Bram Stoker
by Franz Kafka
𝕿𝖍𝖊 𝕸𝖔𝖓𝖐𝖊𝖞'𝖘 𝕻𝖆𝖜
A cold and wet evening, the White family was being visited by Sergeant Major Morris. He came to tell everyone about his experiences in India and brought with him a monkey's paw. It is said that it can grant three wishes, but every wish comes with a horrible consequence. What will happen to the family now? Will they be able to face the consequences of their wishes?
The head of the family White. The last owner of the paw since it can only have three.
The wife of William White. She was suspicious of the paw at first but she ended up using it after a certain accident occured.
The son of the White family. He took an initial interest in the paw but didn't believe it could grant wishes.
Sergeant Major Morris
The sergeant major who brought the paw. He has lived abroad for 21 years and got the paw after the former owner died.
𝓗𝓸𝔀 𝓲𝓽 𝓮𝓷𝓭𝓼
The first wish was to get 200£... The next day Hebert went out to work and that night a tall man arrived at the White's house with terrible news: Hebert had died! But as a compensation they gave 200£ to the White couple. Oh God! Their wish was granted! But... at what cost? One night after the accident, Mary had an idea, she could use the second wish to revive her son. Her husband tried to stop her but it was no use. The second wish was used and a knock could be heard at the house. "My child!" thought Mary. Oh, how wrong she was. Whatever was in the door almost kill her, luckily her husband used the last wish to save her. But... what was the consequence of this last wish?