8 100 Is an expert hunter A three hour head start A knife FoodMocassinsWarning about Dead Man’s Swamp100What things/advantages does Rainsford have in “The Most Dangerous Game”?
9 The 200 pounds Mr. White wished for is compensation for Herbert’s death. What is ironic about the way the first wish comes true in “The Monkey’s Paw?”
10 300 List three examples of foreshadowing in “The Monkey’s Paw.” The first man’s third wish was for deathMorris throws paw on the fireHerbert sees evil monkey faces in the fireCrash of the piano with the 1st wishHerbert says he’ll never see the moneyStranger hesitant to knock on the White’s door
11 400 List and explain two conflicts from “The Monkey’s Paw.” Man vs. nonhuman (supernatural) – The Whites vs. the spell on the paw not to mess with fateMan vs. manMr. White vs. Mrs. White over the 2nd wishMr. White vs. Morris over using the pawMan vs. self – Mr. White vs. wishing his son alive then dead again400List and explain two conflicts from “The Monkey’s Paw.”
12 Never underestimate your opponent Zaroff caught Rainsford in the tree but let him live to keep the hunt going for another dayAppearance vs. realityZaroff appears to be civilized (dress and talk), but he hunts humansMan’s inhumanity to manZaroff believes the strong can and should dominate the weak (hunts humans for fun)Fairness only matters to the victimRainsford didn’t care how the hunted felt until he’s the victim500What is one theme from “The Most Dangerous Game?” Explain with examples from the story.
14 IronyHerbert doesn’t see the money because it comes from his death100"‘Well, I don't see the money,’" said his son, as he picked it up and placed it on the table, "‘and I bet I never shall.’"
15 ForeshadowingRainsford hears a screaming sound (hints at danger) – ends up it was a human being hunted200“Rainsford heard a sound. It came out of the darkness, a high screaming sound, the sound of an animal in an extremity of anguish and terror.”
16 ThemeMr. White was happy with life – shouldn’t have made a wish to change anything300“Mr. White took the paw from his pocket and eyed it dubiously. ‘I don't know what to wish for, and that's a fact," he said slowly. It seems to me I've got all I want.’"
23 200 List three examples of foreshadowing in “The Most Dangerous Game.” Whitney talking about the superstition surrounding Ship Trap IslandRainsford hears gunshotRainsford hears screaming soundsRainsford sees bloodZaroff keeps appraising RainsfordRainsford doesn’t think the jaguar have feelingsZaroff has a rather promising prospect200List three examples of foreshadowing in “The Most Dangerous Game.”
24 400 Has hunted humans before Knows the island A gun IvanThe dogsHis chateau400What things/advantages does Zaroff have in “The Most Dangerous Game”?
25 600 List three examples of the use of suspense in “The Monkey’s Paw.” House is in a deserted areaFather makes a dangerous chess move1st owner of paw wished for deathHerbert sees evil monkey faces in the firePaw movesPiano crashesHow Herbert diesThe stranger hesitant to knock on the White’s doorThe candle flickers/goes outThe knocking600List three examples of the use of suspense in “The Monkey’s Paw.”
26 Physical descriptionWhat a character himself says, does, and thinksWhat another character says, does, thinks about a characterNarrator’s direct comments800What are the methods of characterization?
27 1000 List and explain two conflicts from “The Most Dangerous Game.” Man vs. nonhuman (nature) – Rainsford vs. the dogs, the swamp, the seaMan vs. man – Rainsford vs. Zaroff during the huntMan vs. self – Rainsford vs. keeping his nerve during the hunt1000List and explain two conflicts from “The Most Dangerous Game.”
28 Don’t be greedy and be happy with what you have The Whites wished for 200 pounds but it was compensation for son’s deathBe careful what you wish forThe Whites wished for money & it came from son’s deathDon’t tempt fateThe Whites tried to change fortune (mess with fate) & their son died1200What is one theme from “The Monkey’s Paw?” Explain with examples from the story.
30 ForeshadowingThe paw must cause disaster if the 1st man’s third wish was for death200"‘The first man had his three wishes. Yes,’" was the reply, "‘I don't know what the first two were, but the third was for death. That's how I got the paw.’"
31 400 “‘I have electricity. We try to be civilized here.’” Irony There is nothing civil about Zaroff because he hunts humans400“‘I have electricity. We try to be civilized here.’”
32 CharacterizationWhat a character himself says & thinksZaroff has a thrill- seeking personality – loves danger and excitement600“‘Hunting tigers ceased to interest me some years ago. I exhausted their possibilities, you see. No thrill left in tigers, no real danger. I live for danger, Mr. Rainsford.’”