Read the following lines of dialogue from “The Monkey’s Paw.” “Twenty-one years of it,” said Mr. White, nodding at his wife


Read the following lines of dialogue from “The Monkey’s Paw.”
“Twenty-one years of it,” said Mr. White, nodding at his wife and son. “When he went away he was a slip of a youth in the warehouse. Now look at him.”
“He don’t look to have taken much harm,” said Mrs. White, politely.
“I’d like to go to India myself,” said the old man, “just to look round a bit, you know.”
“Better where you are,” said the sergeant-major, shaking his head.
Select the correct statement about a character revealed through the dialogue.
Mrs. White is rude to Mr. White.
The son has traveled for many years.
The sergeant regrets bringing back the object.
Mr. White wishes he had traveled more.


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