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Thursday, June 21

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Monday, October 25

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    This short story is successful thanks to its narrative structure. Saki provides not just one narrative, but a narrative within another, larger narrative that places the inner narrative in context.If Vera's story of the lost hunters were the only story available, the readers would read it either as a ghost story or as a fanciful tale. Such a reading is not possible because Saki allows his readers access to the story which surrounds the telling of this secondary tale. When Vera lies to Mrs. Sappleton about Mr. Nuttal's sudden departure, it becomes clear that her story is a fabrication and that the hunters are not ghosts after all, but are living men. Thus, Mr. Nuttal's horror becomes laughable, and the readers' initial reaction is to identify with Vera, deriding Mr. Nuttal for his gullibility and enjoying a laugh at his expense.
    Though Vera may be innocent, the author humself, Saki certainly is not. He is, after all, the 'narrator' in this short story and is fully aware of Mr. Nuttal's mental condition and also the ffect that Vera's 'punchline' will have on Mr. Nuttal's fragile psyche. He allows her to 'interrupt' his narrative with her own fantasy stories, knowing very well the consequences it will have. The readers are certainly at the author's mercy, unaware that Vera's stories are fabrication. The readers are just like Mr. Nuttal, have to receive Vera's story as though it was true, and they were tricked into suspending disbelief in her story by the trust already placed by Saki. When the hunters actually 'returned' from the woods, the readers' reaxtion is the same as Mr. Nuttal; that is, the initial impression is that something eerie and supernatural has afoot. The suspicion of deceit may be present, but it is as yet unverifiable.
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    QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
    1) The literary elements used in this story.
    “Romance at short was her [Vera’s] specialty.”
    It means that Vera was very good at making lies and making up stories.
    Irony in the story.
    Mr Framton Nuttel actually went to Mrs. Suppleton's house to relax himself but what he got was more troubles just because of Vera.
    Symbolism found in this story. What does the open window symbolizes?
    The open window symbolizes the disappearance of the men and their longed-for return.
    Style
    "The Open Window" is the story of a deception, perpetrated on an unsuspecting, and constitutionally nervous man, by a young lady whose motivations for lying remain unclear.
    Structure
    The most remarkable of Saki's devices in "The Open Window" is his construction of the story's narrative. The structure of the story is actually that of a story-within-a-story. The larger "frame" narrative is that of Mr. Nuttel's arrival at Mrs. Sappleton's house for the purpose of introducing himself to her. Within this narrative frame is the second story, that told by Mrs. Sappleton's niece, Vera.

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Saturday, October 23

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