The setting is dark, cold and moist. Mr. white and his son Herbert were playing chess in the living room by the fireplace.text evidence: "without, the night was cold and wet, but in the small parlor of Laburnum Villa the blinds were drawn and the fire burned brightly."
Herbert doesn't believe in the Monkey paw. He takes it as a joke and he says to his dad to don't spend the money without him.text evidence: "well, don't break into the money before i come back."
But sergeant, I will take care of it.
Throw ittt in the fire, let it burnnn!
The mood is scary. Herbert dies and turns into a zombie.text evidence:
The theme is to be careful of what you wish. Mr.white wished for money but his son dies and he wished for his son to come back alive but his son is now a zombie.text evidence: "I wish for two hundred pounds," "badly hurt", "but he is not in any pain"
A simile from the story was when Sergeant Major Morris realized the bad consequences that can happen, so he told Mr. White to throw it in the fire.text evidence: "Pitch it in the fire like a sensible man"
Sergeant Major Morris was explaining about the monkey's paw and then Mrs. White said it sounds like a famous collection of Asian stories.text evidence: "Sounds like the Arabian Nights,"