"The Open Window" is Saki's most popular short story. It was first collected in Beasts and SuperBeasts in 1914. Saki's wit is at the height of its power in this story of a spontaneous practical
joke played upon a visiting stranger. The practical joke recurs In many of Saki's stories, but "The Open Window" is perhaps his most successful and best known example of the type. Saki dramatizes
here the conflict between reality and imagination, demonstrating how difficult it can be to distinguish between them.
This WebQuest is designed for students. They will be listening to the story, reading it, making the first steps of story analysis as well as writing thier own criative end of the stiry.Having written it, they try to present it by creating a PowerPoint presentation.