Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected Setting & Symbolism

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Wineappears in Taste

The substance that Mike and his friend always make bets upon; in this case, his friend was tipped-off by seeing the bottle earlier.

Spectaclesappears in Taste

The giveaway that Richard Pratt inspected the wine before dinner; he left them in the study, where the wine was.

Lambappears in Lamb to the Slaughter

The murder weapon that Mary Maloney uses to kill her husband, and which she then serves to the investigating police officers.

Jamaican Hotelappears in Man from the South

The site of the meeting among the Cadet, the Man, the English girl, the narrator, and - eventually - the Man's wife.

Lighterappears in Man from the South

The object of the bet between the Man and the Cadet.

Cadillacappears in Man from the South

The prize in the bet between the Man and the Cadet, should the Cadet win.

Bridgeappears in My Lady Love, My Dove

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