The Landlady Character Analysis

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In Roald Dahl’s chilling tale, “The Landlady,” he uses the landlady’s character to teach the reader that if something seems too good to be true, it probably should be avoided. When Billy gets to the bed and breakfast he asks how much that it cost a night, and she tells him. “Five and sixpence a night, including breakfast.” This evidence makes Billy thinks he found a deal; however, he probably just walk into a murderer’s house. Billy says how sweet of a dog you have there. Billy said it looks like it isn 't even alive, and the woman she it isn 't and she taxidermied it herself. "I did,” This evidence proves that just because there are pets doesn 't mean that it is nice. Most people think that when there are pets that it must be a nice place.
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