In both "Pandora's Box" and in "The Monkey's Paw" these stories both wish because of there curiosity getting to the best of them. In "The Monkey's Paw" when Mr. White was wishing for two- hundred pounds he did not expect his son to die for to get his money this was all because he let his curiostity keep rising. In "Pandora's Box" she is very curious like Mr. White and ends up opening her dowry because of her curosity and lets evil into the world.
In both of these stories they are both written in 3rd person omniscient. In "Pandora's Box" the reader knows the thoughts and feelings of Pandora, Emphiesus, Prometheus, and Lord of Olympus. Also in "Monkey's Paw" readers know the feelings of Mr. White, Mrs. White, solider/Herbert.
These stories both have a negative outcome for the characters because there curiosities rise. I "Monkey's Paw" the outcome is negative because of the Mr. and Mrs. Whites curiosities rising and eventually their only son died and the wife is now heartbroken. Also in "Pandora' Box" the outcome is also negative because when Pandora let her curiosity get the best of her she opened her dowry and the box lead to evil and human downfall.
In both "Pandora's Box" and "The Monkey's Paw" curiosity ruled. But in "Pandora's Box" Pandora hid the box under her bed to try to stop her curiosity. On the other hand, in "The Monkey's Paw", the characters just left the paw out in the open.
These stories are different because in "Pandora's Box" she opened the box in the end and realized there was still hope left in the world.In "Monkeys's Paw" when they opened the door they saw their son all in different pieces unlike how they expected him be.
In "Pandora's Box" there is not much or any foreshadowing in this story. In "Monkey's Paw" there is a lot of foreshadowing showing how Mr. White's curiosity cwas taking control of him. Especially when telling that there was a fatal mistake that Mr. White did while playing chess with his son. In "Pandora's Box" her curiosity rose because of the temptation to open the box but there was no foreshadowing indicating that she would let evil out into the world.