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Examine the settings which the writers have chosen for their stories in 'The Signal Man', 'The Man With The Twisted Lip', 'The Red Room', and 'The Withered Arm'. Consider the effects that each writer has created and how they contribute to the atmosphere.
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Examine the settings which the writers have chosen for their stories in 'The Signal Man', 'The Man With The Twisted Lip', 'The Red Room', and 'The Withered Arm'. Consider the effects that each writer has created and how they contribute to the atmosphere
In this essay I will be comparing the differences and similarities of four short stories I have read, , 'The Signalman', The Red Room', 'The Man with the Twisted Lip' and 'The Withered Arm' also I will be looking at how the writers have created an atmosphere.
The four stories are all of mystery and try to keep the reader gripped until the end, all have areas in which there is suspense. In 'The Signalman' Charles Dickens keeps the reader in suspense because when the ghost visits the signal man you don't really know who the haunting warning is for. In 'The Red Room' H.G. Wells keeps the reader in suspense because when the ghost is sighted it is never really described. In 'The Man with the Twisted Lip' Arthur Conan Doyle keeps the reader in suspense by not actually telling if it is a murder on just disappearance. Also in 'The Withered Arm' Thomas
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