How Dickens creates atmosphere in the opening of "The Signalman" by referring to the way he describes location.
The dark oppressive atmosphere which is created by the description used by Dickens in the opening of "The Signalman" to show the conditions of the railway cutting in which the signalman works uses sinister vocabulary to build a vivid impression of the insufferable conditions. The vocabulary used often contains long vowel sounds such as "oozing" and "gloomy" which creates an air of depression and evil atmosphere throughout the story.
Dickens has also written The Signalman with a Gothic Style, using Gothic vocabulary such as "barbarous" and "saturnine" which adds the mysterious and oppressiv…
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