"The Red Room" by H.G.Wells.
Laura Buckingham 10s
The Red Room
How does the writer create and build tension in this ghost story?
The writer immediately creates a sense of mystery by the title, "Red Room." Instantly it makes the reader ask questions, "What is the Red Room?" This introduces the tension, as red could be connected with danger, fear or maybe even blood. The title makes the reader want to continue reading, urging the reader to find the answers and explanations to the mystery already built up.
The first line is direct and straight to the point in telling the reader that this is a ghost story.…
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