M̫̫R̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫J̫̫O̫̫R̫̫D̫̫A̫̫N̫̫ ̫̫W̫̫A̫̫N̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫O̫̫ ̫̫K̫̫N̫̫O̫̫W̫̫ ̫̫W̫̫H̫̫A̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫O̫̫C̫̫T̫̫O̫̫R̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫S̫̫A̫̫I̫̫D̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫B̫̫O̫̫U̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫H̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫G̫̫R̫̫A̫̫N̫̫D̫̫F̫̫A̫̫T̫̫H̫̫E̫̫R̫̫.̫̫ ̫̫M̫̫R̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫S̫̫L̫̫A̫̫T̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫R̫̫E̫̫P̫̫L̫̫I̫̫E̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫H̫̫A̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫S̫̫H̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫S̫̫E̫̫N̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫H̫̫E̫̫N̫̫T̫̫R̫̫Y̫̫ ̫̫S̫̫L̫̫A̫̫T̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫F̫̫O̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫P̫̫R̫̫I̫̫N̫̫G̫̫L̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫B̫̫U̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫H̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫W̫̫A̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫O̫̫U̫̫T̫̫,̫̫B̫̫E̫̫N̫̫ ̫̫R̫̫E̫̫L̫̫P̫̫I̫̫E̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫H̫̫A̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫H̫̫E̫̫Y̫̫ ̫̫S̫̫H̫̫O̫̫U̫̫L̫̫D̫̫ ̫̫H̫̫A̫̫V̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫G̫̫O̫̫N̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫F̫̫O̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫N̫̫O̫̫T̫̫H̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫O̫̫C̫̫T̫̫O̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫.̫̫ ̫̫I̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫W̫̫A̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫ ̫̫F̫̫A̫̫T̫̫A̫̫L̫̫ ̫̫M̫̫I̫̫S̫̫T̫̫A̫̫K̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫N̫̫O̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫O̫̫ ̫̫S̫̫E̫̫N̫̫D̫̫ ̫̫F̫̫O̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫N̫̫O̫̫T̫̫H̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫O̫̫C̫̫T̫̫O̫̫R̫̫.̫̫ ̫̫M̫̫R̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫S̫̫L̫̫A̫̫T̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫E̫̫F̫̫E̫̫N̫̫D̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫H̫̫E̫̫R̫̫S̫̫E̫̫L̫̫F̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫S̫̫K̫̫I̫̫N̫̫G̫̫ ̫̫"̫̫W̫̫H̫̫A̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫C̫̫O̫̫U̫̫L̫̫D̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫O̫̫C̫̫T̫̫O̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫H̫̫A̫̫V̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫ON̫̫E̫̫?̫̫"̫̫.̫̫M̫̫R̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫J̫̫O̫̫R̫̫D̫̫A̫̫N̫̫ ̫̫I̫̫R̫̫O̫̫N̫̫I̫̫C̫̫A̫̫L̫̫L̫̫Y̫̫ ̫̫R̫̫E̫̫M̫̫I̫̫N̫̫D̫̫E̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫H̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫H̫̫A̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫O̫̫F̫̫ ̫̫M̫̫A̫̫N̫̫Y̫̫ ̫̫C̫̫A̫̫S̫̫E̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫O̫̫F̫̫ ̫̫P̫̫E̫̫R̫̫S̫̫O̫̫N̫̫ ̫̫B̫̫E̫̫I̫̫N̫̫G̫̫ ̫̫R̫̫E̫̫S̫̫T̫̫O̫̫R̫̫E̫̫D̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫O̫̫ ̫̫L̫̫I̫̫F̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫H̫̫O̫̫U̫̫R̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫F̫̫T̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫H̫̫E̫̫Y̫̫ ̫̫W̫̫E̫̫R̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫H̫̫O̫̫U̫̫G̫̫H̫̫T̫̫ ̫̫T̫̫O̫̫ ̫̫B̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫E̫̫A̫̫D̫̫.̫̫ ̫̫I̫̫R̫̫O̫̫N̫̫I̫̫C̫̫A̫̫L̫̫L̫̫Y̫̫ ̫̫G̫̫R̫̫A̫̫N̫̫D̫̫ ̫̫F̫̫A̫̫T̫̫H̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫C̫̫O̫̫M̫̫E̫̫S̫̫ ̫̫D̫̫O̫̫W̫̫N̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫L̫̫I̫̫V̫̫E̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫F̫̫T̫̫E̫̫R̫̫ ̫̫A̫̫ ̫̫F̫̫E̫̫W̫̫ ̫̫H̫̫O̫̫U̫̫R̫̫S̫̫.̫
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2. if the jordan arrive they will ask equal share of it
3.henry had to listen the words of his wife
4. grand father changed the will and decided to marry .his daughter were shocked
to know this. They
as his decision of marrying is a slap on them
here it shows M
Jordan's concern for father's life.
0CcaSIon. They have ordered theirs,. They dont faney to buy ready ly-made dresses.
4. Mrs. Jordan describes
2, Mrs. Slater decides to shift: the hureau from randathes rom as she has had an
1. Mr Slater plans to outshine the Jordans in wearing mourning dress. This attitude
due to his selfishness and meanness.
6. Grandfather makes a change in his will that he won't give a penny to either of his
Mirs. Sater's not going to another doctor than Dr. Pringle
n. His eyes are on grabbing as
of dhe fathe as is posible. He changes his opiaion ab bout grandfather
This shows that they give more importance to showmanship than the real thing. The
real thing is that they must be ideal relatives and not mean ones.
3. The reason behind this is that the Jordans don't have mourning dresses for th
eye on it. She wants to grabit before the arrivalsof the iordans, Onherwise i wl be
subject to being divided. Henry doesn't like it. He advises her to arrang it with
Elizabeth when she comes.
reveals that she is an inconsiderate and unscrupulous woman. For her, human
relationships and being a daughter carry no meaning.
5. Ben like his wife is a mean and unscrupulous perso
about father is a fatal mistake'. The irony is that they want their father 'dead'. But
1. How does Mrs. Slater plan to outshine the Jordans? What does it reveal about her character?
She plans to outshine by putting on their mourning clothes; though they don’t have new mourning, yet she feels even their old mourning will surprise her sister. She is an ungrateful, selfish, materialistic and unethical woman. Firstly, she is not sad and upset over her father's death. Secondly, she is only concerned about her share of property of her deceased father.
2. Why does Mrs. Slater decide to shift the bureau from grandfather's room before the arrival of the Jordans? How does Henry react to the suggestion?
She decides to shift the bureau from grandfather's room before the arrival of the Jordans because she wants to keep it secure for her. Her sister, Elizabeth might claim it at the time of division.
Henry considered bringing the grandfather’s bureau down highly unethical and immoral. He even suggested to his wife, Amelia that she could arrange with Elizabeth while dividing things up, but Amelia was so much obsessed about it that she forced Henry to bring it down and act though they had bought it. Poor Henry had to give in to his domineering wife.
3. What is the reason for the Jordans taking a long time to get to the house of the Slaters? What does it show about the two sisters' attitude towards each other?
The Jordans were taking a long time to get to the house of the Slaters because they were waiting for their new mourning dress to arrive. This shows they also were selfish, materialistic, and superficial human beings.
4. What does Mrs. Jordan describe as 'a fatal mistake'? What is the irony in the comment she makes on Mrs. Slater's defense?
Mrs. Slater’s act of not sending for another doctor after Dr. Pringle’s unavailability was termed as ‘fatal mistake’. It turned out to be a fatal mistake as if any other doctor would have been called, he would confirm Mr. Merryweather had not died; and the Slaters and Jordans would not have to lose their share of the property.
5. Ben appreciates grandfather saying 'its' a good thing he did'. Later he calls him a 'drunken old beggar'. Why does he change his opinion about grandfather?
He changed his opinion about the grandfather because he became angry on knowing that the latter had not paid his insurance premium.
6.What change does grandfather make in his new will? What effect does it have on his daughters?
Makes Mrs. Shorrock the new nominee of his property. Both his daughters lose their shares of property and they become sad.
7.What are the three things that grandfather plans to do on Monday next?
The three things that the grandfather planned to do on Monday next were: he had got to go to the lawyer's and alter his will; and he had got to go to the insurance office and pay his premium; and he had got to go to St. Philip's Church and get married to Mrs. John Shorrock.
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Mrs Slater tells the Jordans that they could not consult doctor Pringle because he was out. Mrs Jordan at once remarked that it was a fatal mistake on their part. The irony implied in the comment is that it was good thing that they could not consult doctor Pringle and save the old man. According to Mrs Jordan their mistake was responsible for the old man's death. But Mrs Slater cleverly defends herself by saying that according to the professional etiquette doctor Pringle alone should have the attendant on the grandfather.
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Mrs jordan decribes not calling another doctor when dr.pringle was out , as a fatal mistake.
THe irony was that she mentions that there are many cases of persons remaining alive even afuer they were thought to be dead.latert on in the drama grandfather was found to be alive.
Mrs. Slater sends for Dr Pringle as soon as she realises that her father father is dead. However, Dr Pringle could not come as he was out. It was this that Mrs. Jordan describes as a “fatal mistake”. According to Mrs. Jordan father could have been revived had Mrs. Slater sent for another doctor. It is this blunder on Mrs. Slater’s part that Mrs. Jordan describes as fatal.
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