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Students Will Review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in a Thomas Hardy short story unit of a standard literature course. Topics covered include:
- A summary and analysis of Hardy's 'The Three Strangers'
- 'The Three Strangers' setting, characters and themes
- Examples of conflict in 'The Three Strangers'
1. The Three Strangers by Thomas Hardy: Summary & Analysis
Three strangers are not who they seem to be in this short story by Thomas Hardy. In this lesson, we'll dive deeper into ''The Three Strangers'' and analyze some of the aspects of the action.
2. The Three Strangers: Characters & Setting
Thomas Hardy's short story 'The Three Strangers' tells of a mystery one night out in the country when a criminal comes to a party. This lesson will explore the setting and characters of the story.
3. The Three Strangers: Theme & Conflict
The short story 'The Three Strangers' by Thomas Hardy tells of a mystery to find which stranger at a party is a criminal. This lesson will explore the conflict of the story as well as the themes of justice and looks being deceiving.
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