How H. G. Wells creates atmosphere in "The Red Room" by referring to the way he describes location.
H. G. Wells uses the description of location to build atmosphere by splitting the locations into three significant sections, the housekeepers room, where he starts the story, the passages and staircases, the narrator travels through on his journey to the red room, and then the red room itself where the narrator drives himself crazy due to the unnatural silence, the creeping presence of darkness and the inexplicable presence of undiluted fear itself.
This splitting up of location gives the story a slightly disjointed aura as each location is different and is in contrast to the next, yet at…
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