Obviously, I knew where she was hidden because Lucenzo blindly relished me. I slowly opened the door as if I was walking to the gates of death, and then darkness and cold showed up in that room. It was so cold that I wished the sun could have burned me alive. There was that sound too that made me think of all forgotten legends about secrets of the night. It was getting louder and louder as if someone was pounding the table with a knife.
One way cemetery can be described is in a non traditional way it can give the reader claustrophobia. The most obvious is in “Cask Of Amontillado” when the characters are down in the catacombs. When the characters “passed through a range of low arches, descended, passed on, and descending again, arrived at a deep crypt, in which the foulness of the air caused [their] flambeaux rather to than flame” the characters begin to enter the catacombs, and do not leave for the rest of the story (Cask 4). once the characters enter the catacombs the scenery never leaves. This creates a sense of entrapment and claustrophobia.
I have to squint my eyes to make out what 's in front of me. I can see my breath when I breathe out. I can hear the snow crunching underneath my thick wool boots and fuzzy socks, and can hear the sound of my own breathing. The faint howling of the wind sounds like ghosts swarming the city on Halloween. I notice an old abandoned, dilapidated house far off in the distance, in desperate need for a new paint job.
I walked out into the blizzard; it felt as cold as Antarctica. I was only five years old when my mother left me home alone for the longest ten minutes of my life to drop my brothers off to school. It was a blizzard outside and I was sleeping cozily tucked away in my bed when I suddenly awoke out of nowhere and started searching for my mother in the house stumbling over the few silly bands I owned; I was a bit of a Scrooge when it came to spending money. My mother was nowhere to be found, so I started to stall my worries by watching
In this case we have a creepy house, dark atmosphere and awful weather and also a tomb. There are few quotes characterizing the creepy look of the house: “The discoloration had been great”, “gray walls”, “few rank types of sedge”, “and few white trunks of decayed trees” And there is also description of filled with art making one goosebumps inside of the
Hostage By Merald Ayson Short Story The smell of death, lingering as if I have been here all my life. The bleak darkness screams into a harmony of dissonance, looking me in the eye as if to tease. In a puddle of wet and pungent materials and fluids I lay motionless; I do not remember how I even got there in the first place. My heart was rattled as I heard heavy footsteps; it was as if a giant was entering the room. The cold wind breezed through and gave me shivers down my spine, but I need not move a muscle or I may suffer the consequences.
One example of this is when he wrote “He reached the house just as another flash of lightning changed the night to day for an instance, then returned the graffiti-scarred building to the grim shadows.” This sentence helps develop a sinister mood, and also reveals the condition of Greg’s town. Another instance of descriptive writing is “...Greg could see a squarish patch of light on the floor.” The singular patch of light in the otherwise dark structure builds up suspense. It sets the mood to be mysterious, and eerie. Another example of mood development is when the story said “Squinting, Greg could see an old table on its side against one wall, what looked like a pile of rags or a mattress in the corner, and a couch, with one side broken, in front of the window.” The old furniture clumped up together creates an eerie mood for the reader as they wonder why it sits there in one place leaving the rest of the room empty. Walter Dean Myers uses descriptive writing to develop the create an immersive setting, and set the mood in his story “The Treasure of Lemon
The persona Dracula is also different than commonly considered: She has a hairy, moustached man with a wolfish demeanour who is constantly known as childish and unholy by Van Helsing; a considerably retreat from a dashing[a]: jaunty; smart; chic; romantic; gallant, ancient sensuality of modern vampires. The story, will, however have a variety things for someone to think about such as sexuality, gender roles, capitalism, immigration and homophobia all of that can be found and developed through close reading of the written text message. Dracula by Bram Stoker is considered to be the very embodiment of gothic novels. It is a classic story of mythical creatures, supernatural and mysterious events, omens and visions, apocalypticism, threatening creatures, romance, darkness, emotion and all the elements a gothic novel ought to include. A single of the things medieval novels concentrate on are supernatural and mysterious events.
The location of this tale is not set in a stereotypical haunted castle or old mansion, which is a staple of gothic literature. The majority of the story takes place in a single room, where the insane narrator sneaks to look upon the old man while he sleeps. This room can be depicted as a gloomy and nebulous place, described as ¨black as pitch with the thick darkness¨ (Poe). Before even entering the room of the old man, the reader can gain an unsettling feeling from the narrator´s description of opening the door, saying he did this so cautiously ¨for the hinges creaked¨ (Poe). Due to further context, the reader can
This tale is written with some frightening scripts that contains a mysterious terrifying secret. It includes some typical Gothic symbols as darkness, decay, old ruin house, insanity and murder. For instance, visitors in Emily´s house could see “a dim hall from which a stairway mounted into still more shadow” The dust and horrible smell are everywhere. Also the parlour is covered by long-standing dust and furniture is old, dark, heavy and somehow devastated. Everything in her house emphasizes the frightening setting and as well Emily´s mood and mental state.