what is most likely mr. white’s final wish ?
what is most likely mr. white's final wish？
Answers 1. Mr. White's final wish is likely a wish for his resurrected son to go away.2017年12月8日
Keeping this in consideration,What was Mr White's final wish?
While the text does not specifically state Mr. White's final wish, the fact that the moment he found the paw on the floor, he “frantically breathed his third and last wish and the knocking ceased suddenly,” implies that the father's last wish was for his son to return to where he now belongs.
Considering this,What is most likely Mr White's final wish in the monkey's paw?
White's final wish was... to make whatever was at the door to go away and disappear.
Simply so,What is the first wish in the monkey's paw?
The family's first wish is Herbert's: he asks for enough money to make the final mortgage payment (200 pounds). The next day, Herbert goes to work and is killed at the local factory in a horrible accident. His employer refuses to claim responsibility, but makes a goodwill settlement of exactly...
Besides,What do you infer is Mr White's third wish?
What can the reader infer was Mr. White's third wish? That his son would come back to them healthy.
Their first wish is for 200 pounds, which is granted, but is the result of a settlement for the death of their son. The second wish is for the son to come back to life, but the father is fearful of how his son will look like when he returns. So, his third wish is to return the son to the dead.
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 is Mr. White's first wish? He wishes for 200 pounds to pay off his house.
In The Monkey's Paw, what is the third wish and what are its consequences? He wished for his son to be dead again and the consequences were that the mother saw him and she was in anguish. How does The Monkey's Paw end? Sad because the son is dead and they are out of wishes.
Peters says that he will not use his third wish because he wants to remain faithful to his wife, but swans should be swans and humans, human. Mr. Peters lives out the rest of his life quietly. He is always visited by two lovely swans.
His son, Herbert, dies from an "accident" at work. his son to come back alive. What happens as a result of the second wish? There is a mysterious knock at the door.