How Does The Author Create Tension In The Veldt By Ray Bradbury

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“The Veldt” by Ray Bradbury focuses on many craft moves throughout the story. Some specific ones he focused on was dialogue, imagery, and suspense. He focused on these to explain the character's tone, draw a picture in the reader's mind, and create tension. In the story he used a lot of dialogue to show the characters speaking, he used imagery to make an imaginary world come true in the reader's mind and he used tension to make the reader more interested in reading the end. These craft moves all make the story better. The author uses craft move one, dialogue, to explain the conversations that were going on throughout the story with the characters. This is important because it can show the characters tone of voice. This is also important because without it we wouldn't be able to understand what people are thinking or saying to each other, we would only be able to figure out what the characters are doing which can make the story boring. Dialogue also can explain a debate, an example in this story is whether or not the parents were going to shut down the room. It can show how the characters resolve issues in the story. An example of this in the story would be when the father of the children was talking to his wife about closing down the room. The…show more content…
This is important because it makes the story more interesting by making a movie in your head. It pulls the reader in more. It also can give the reader a better understanding on the plot and characters. Without imagery the reader would not be able to know things like, what the characters look like, what the set looks like, and what other details look like. An example of this in the story would be when the author was explaining the room. He used details such as “ it was forty feet across by forty feet high and thirty feet long” This helps the reader imagine how big the room
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