A short story by OscarWilde, widely adapted for the screen and stage.
“The Canterville Ghost” is a study in contrasts. He creates stereotypical characters that represent both England and the United States, satirizing both the unrefined tastes of Americans and the determination of the British to guard their traditions.
Wilde pairs this reversal of situations with a reversal of perspective.This ghost story is told from the perspective of the ghost, Sir Simon, the “protagonist” in this story.Siga el enlace y vea el video que cuenta la historia.
Wilde has a The message, and he message in uses his fifteen- year-old Virginia to the story convey it.Diríjase a la sección de ejercicios y conteste las preguntas.
Conclusion Virginia tells her father that God has forgiven the ghost, and because of that forgiveness, in the end, Sir Simon de Canterville can rest in peace. Para el seguimiento de las actividades ingrese al cronograma.
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