'I did have some idea of selling it, but I don't think I will. It has caused enough mischief already. Besides, people won't buy. They think it's a fairy tale, some of them; and those who do think anything of it want to try it first and pay me afterward' (Jacobs, 108).
"He took the paw, and dangling it between his forefinger and thumb, suddenly threw it upon the fire" (Jacobs, 108). The distance of shot: Distance
The fire crackled and the paw started to burn as it was tossed upon the fire. The distance of shot: Medium
The expression on Mr.Whites's face changed in an instant, from confused to horrified. Music: dark piano. The distance of shot: Close-up
"White, with a slight cry, stooped down and snatched it off" (Jacobs, 108). The distance of shot: Distance.
'Better let it burn,' (Jacobs,108)
'If you don't want it, Morris, give it to me' (Jacobs,108).
The distance of the shot: Distance
'I won't, I threw it on the fire. If you keep it, don't blame me for what happens. Pitch it on the fire again like a sensible man.' (Jacobs, 108).