THE CANTERVILLE GHOST by Oscar Wilde – D’conv. class – QUOTES & ACTIONS IN PICTURES!!!!
The Otis’ family consisted of six members.
As they approached Canterville Chase suddenly the sky became cloudy.
“A blood stain on the library floor!”
Mrs Umney screamed with terror and fainted.
“My dear sir, please, put some oil on your chains.”
“No ghost in history has been treated like this.”
He spent the rest of the night thinking about how to take revenge.”
The twins shot two balls of paper on him.
“Put your hands up!”
“You poor man, I have brought you some excellent medicine.”
He turned around and ran back to his room as fast as he could.
“Two ghosts are better than one.”
He then went to rest in a comfortable coffin.
The ghost stepped on it, slipped and fell down the stairs.
A heavy jug of water fell right on top of him.
“I am a ghost! I must rattle my chains.”
“I will ask the Angel of Death to have mercy on you”
He took Virginia’s hand and kissed it.
The ghost held her hand tightly.
She looked very white and she was holding a small box in her hands.
There was a skeleton chained to a big iron ring.
“I believe that these jewels belong to you. Take them.”
Virginia put some flowers on the grave.