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How does the author create suspense in the red room
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How does the author create atmosphere and suspense in the Red Room and the Signalman?
Ghosts, every culture in the world has their own version. From the Yurei in Asia, to ghouls in the Arab world. And as ghost stories have been passed down forever, certain elements were developed to increase the suspense and atmosphere. These effects have been used extensively in everything from folk stories of the bogeyman, to the modern thriller genre of movies. In these stories I have noted the effects used in creating a journey of suspense and tension. And I am going to discuss effects that I have noted in this essay.
Wells and Dickens both have the characters who after their bizarre occurrences have had their central characters reflecting on what had occurred to them ;
In 'The Signalman the narrator contemplating tbe' 'I may, in closing it, point out the coincidence that the warning of the Engine-Driver included' the narrator thinks of the tragedy that has just occurred to the Signalman. And if the incidents were truly coincidental or rather supernatural. Then he contemplates how the supernatural is existent this enhanced by the fact of which in the time it
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