In iClassics we have invented a new way of reading, enjoyable and surprising. The original texts are accompanied by illustrations, music and animations to immerse yourself in the story.
These exercises are based on iPoe Collection Vol. 2, one of our AppBooks of Immersive Reading.
We make the Classics more enjoyable for Students and reduce the challenges of teaching them for Educators!
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RESOURCES & ACTIVITIES
• Character Analysis
• Matching Exercise
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"Hop-Frog" (originally "Hop-Frog; Or, the Eight Chained Ourangoutangs") is a short story by American writer Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1849. The title character, a person with dwarfism taken from his homeland, becomes the jester of a king particularly fond of practical jokes. Taking revenge on the king and his cabinet for the king's striking his friend and fellow dwarf Trippetta, he dresses the king and his cabinet as orangutans for a masquerade. In front of the king's guests, Hop-Frog murders them all by setting their costumes on fire before escaping with Trippetta.