I removed the "orphan" tag.
CANTERVILLE GHOST SUMMARY AND THEMES/Class11thEnglish CBSE
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About the Author, Oscar Wilde
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A scene from " The Canterville Ghost ", Oscar Wilde 's first published story, which is about an American family that moves into a haunted house in England. However, instead of being frightened of the eponymous ghost , they turn the tables and prank him, such as in this scene, where the twin boys have set up a butter-slide , causing the ghost to slip down the staircase.
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