miércoles, 20 de enero de 2016

Murders in Rue Morgue - Chapter 6 by Thais

Dupin heard footsteps on the stairs, it was the sailor, when he entered the house, Dupin closed the door, and the sailor began to tell the truth… He found the orang-outang on a trip and took the orang-outang with him home, because he believed that he would be able to sell the orang-outan. When the orang-outang arrived with him home it started to act weird, he began to run down the street with a razor in its hands, it saw a window with the light on, entered into the house and the orang-outang killed the mother and the daughter… After the sailor and Dupin told the truth to the police, they released the innocent clerk from the bank and the orang-outan was sold to a zoo.

Murders in Rue Morgue - Chapter 5 by Lourdes

There were many questions, which hadn't been resolved. Dupin thought that the event was terrible and he didn't understand anything. He thought that this damage to the face couldn't have been done by a human person. He thought that the murderer was very strong and very big. The old woman had her hair separated from her body. He thought that the murderer had dangerous fingers. Dupin found a hair of the murderer and he said that this hair wasn't a human hair. Dupin had a book which explained about this hair. This hair was an orang-outang’s. All the description in the book was really about an orang-outang. Also, there were some voices that were from a frenchman who said "oh my god". Dupin thought that these there were the facts: "A frenchman had an orang-outang in his house. He believed that this wasn't dangerous. But the orang-outang escaped from his house and it went into the madame’s house L'Espanage and he killed her with its fingers".

viernes, 15 de enero de 2016

Murders in the Rue Morgue - Chapter 4 by Alfonso

Dupin continued looking for the way the murderers escaped. The assassins were either in the room where they found Mademoiselle L'Espanaye or in the room next to it. So they had only two rooms to look for the exit. In the rooms there are chimneys, but they are too small to even allow a cat to climb them up. So the only possible exit were the windows. The murderers couldn't escape through the windows at the front of the house because somebody could have seen them, so they passed through the windows in the back room. There were two windows in this room but they seemed nailed. Dupin knew that the windows were the only means of exit. Besides, he wondered as the murderers fell from the fourth floor, so they had to have great agility. Another peculiar thing was the strong voice and why the assassins did not take the gold that there were was in the apartament, 4,000 francs. There was not any motive for their murders.