The Most Dangerous Game Suspense Examples

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Suspense is what the author creates to make the reader uneasy and want to keep reading. It’s a feeling the reader gets when they don't know what is going to happen next. It keeps readers on the edge of their seat while reading the story. Suspense is a very important element all good stories must have. In Richard Connell’s short story, The Most Dangerous Game many areas of suspense make you want to keep reading. The first example in the story in which Richard Connell creates suspense is at the beginning when he finds the house on the island and the house has a tall spiked iron gate and a “leering gargoyle knocker”. “But it was no mirage, he found, when he opened the tall spiked iron gate. The stone steps were real enough; the massive door with

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