"I stuff my little pets myself when they pass away".
BED AND BREAKFAST
Mr. Temple Mr. Muholland Mr. Weaver
Mr. Weaver- Protagonist, he is 17, he was wearing a navy blue overcoat. Landlady- Antagonist- She welcomes Mr. Weaver with a warm smile, She is 45-50 years old I think the conflict is man v.s. man because the Land lady poisons Billy with cyanide in his tea and is going to stuff him when he dies.
The exposition of the Landlady is when he goes to Bath and he is looking for a hotel or somewhere to spend the night and he finds a sign the says "Bed and Breakfast". The overall feel of the story is creepy because the women seems "a little off her rocker".
1) When they are going up the stairs and she says to sign the book 2) He is signing the book and he sees that there are only 2 names 3) He is trying to figure out who is Mr. Temple and Mr. Mulholland are.
The Climax is when Billy see's that the dog and the parrot hasn't moved since he has been there and she says "I stuff my little pets myself when they pass away".
The falling action was when he tasted his tea and it tasted like bitter almonds. Which was the poison.
The resolution is that he drinks the tea and the land lady kills him and makes him into her little "pet". The theme is don't judge a book by its cover and things don't seem how they always look.