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Studying 'The Model Millionaire' - Chapter Summary
This helpful study guide chapter explains the most important information about Oscar Wilde's 'The Model Millionaire.' Through a series of simple and engaging lessons, you'll review the short story's plot, characters, moral values and themes. You'll also take a look at another short story by Oscar Wilde. The chapter comes with interactive quizzes to help reinforce the topics you study. Our expert English instructors are also available to answer any questions you may have about the story. The online format of the chapter allows you to access the chapter wherever and whenever it's convenient. When you're finished, you'll be able to:
- Summarize Oscar Wilde's 'The Model Millionaire'
- Identify the story's main characters
- Interpret the theme and moral values presented in 'The Model Millionaire'
- Analyze 'The Sphinx Without a Secret'
1. The Model Millionaire by Oscar Wilde: Summary & Analysis
How do you juggle wanting money while also giving it away? Oscar Wilde has a few ideas. In this lesson, we'll explore the idea of the importance of money but also the importance of being generous.
2. The Model Millionaire Characters
Who are the key players in Oscar Wilde's short story 'The Model Millionaire?' In this lesson, you'll meet the small but varied cast of characters who help tell an important lesson about having and giving wealth.
3. The Model Millionaire: Theme & Moral Values
Oscar Wilde has given us a lot to think about in 'The Model Millionaire.' In this lesson, we'll explore some of the themes in the story, as well as the moral values that guide several key characters.
4. The Sphinx Without a Secret: Summary & Analysis
When is a secret not really a secret? Lady Alroy knows! In this lesson, we'll explore the story, ~'The Sphinx Without a Secret,~' and analyze what's really going on behind the scenes of this Oscar Wilde tale.
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