Does Mark Twain Use Descriptive Adjectives In The Monkey's Paw

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Mark Twain once said, ¨A man's character may be learned from the adjectives which he habitually uses in conversation.¨ When the author uses descriptive adjectives customarily to make the story more interesting to read. In the two stories, ¨The Monkey's Paw¨ by W.W. Jacobs and ¨Treasure of Lemon Brown¨ by Walter Dean Myers, the authors use descriptive adjectives to describe the characters and settings in the stories. In the story, ¨Treasure of Lemon Brown¨ by Walter Dean Myers, the author uses descriptive adjectives to describe the characters and the setting in the stories. The author sets the setting by saying, ¨Then returned the graffiti-scarred building in the grim shadows.¨ The mood the author sets is eerie because he uses the words like
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