The Changing Mood of "Hurry, Hurry!"
In the short story "Hurry, Hurry", Ethel Wilson intended to write a short story with a mood that changed from a peaceful sensation to a suspenseful or violent feeling. She doubtlessly succeeded in creating a change in the mood by the means of utilizing significant literary devices, such as setting, imagery, and sentence structure.
<Tab/>Ethel Wilson began her short story with a peaceful mood for the reason that a part of the setting was effectively portrayed as a beautiful, calm, and isolated area. However, a suspenseful or violent feeling is sensed when…
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