The setting is in England in an old house at night. It is cold, wet, and foggy outside. Mr. White and his son are inside in the cozy living room, by the fire.Text Evidence: "Without the night was cold and wet, but in the small parlor... the fire burned brightly".
I wish for 200 pounds!
The Foreshadowing here is that a man is pacing up and down in front of Mr. and Mrs.'s White home, debating whether or not to see the parents,Text Evidence: A man from Herbert's (their son) work come to the house and tells the White's that he got caught in the machinery
Yeah sure father.
It twisted in my hand!
The Mood of this story is sad, because everyone in the story eventually gets hurtText Evidence: When Herberts dies and the mother and father are devastated.
That reminds me of the Arabian Nights.
The Theme of the "Monkey's Paw" is some things are too good to be true.Text Evidence: When Mr. White Wishes for 200 pounds, However, the next day his son dies.
A Simile in the "Monkey's Paw" was said when Mr. White wished on the monkey's paw it twisted in his hand and he dropped it on the floor.Text Evidence: "As I wished it twisted like a snake"
An Allusion is when S.M.M Was explaining his journey in India and Mrs. said it reminded her of the Arabian Night.Text Evidence: As S.M.M was explaining his experience in India, Mrs. White said"... sounds like the Arabian Nights."