The open window
1. Why had Framton Nuttel come to the “rural retreat”?
2. Why had his sister given him letters of introduction to people living there?
3. What had happened in the Sappleton family as narrated by the niece?
4. What did Mrs Sappleton say about the open window?
5. The horror on the girl’s face made Framton swing around in his seat. What did he see?
6. Why did Frampton rush out wildly?
7. What was the girl’s explanation for his lightning exit?
8 Write a letter choose
Framton Nuttel telling a friend about his experience
Mrs Sappelton telling a friend about Mr Nuttel
The girl telling a classmate about the story
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Roleplay a scene
write a new ending
1.He went to the rural retreat because the doctors had ordered him to rest
2. His sister gaven to Framton letters of introduction because she thought that he would bury himself down there and not speak to a living soul
3. She said that three years ago, aunt’s husband and her two young brothers went off for their day’s shooting. They never came back. In crossing the moor to their favorite snipe-shooting ground they were all three engulfed in a treacherous piece of bog. Their bodies were never recovered.
4. She said that the window was always open so the husband and brothers can enter to the window.
5. He saw the three missing men coming to the house.
6. He rushed out wildly because he saw the three men and the dog coming to the house and he frightened.
7. The girl said that Mr. Nuttel could only talk about his illnesses and he dashed out quickly without saying good bye.
8. Hi Anny,
Last week an ill, old man came to the rural retreat, he only talked about his illnesses and he left quickly without saying goodbye, because I scared him inventing a story about my family. The story is about they have never come back when they had left because of their shooting’s day.
He got scared due to the fact that my family was coming back, and he thought they were ghosts.
After all he was an extraordinary man.
A long time she waited,
to see her missing family,
with guns and courage,
They and their dog went away.