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    Suspense In Short Stories

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    clock flashes 3:06 the closet door shrieks….. - ( Lia Shimon)Short anecdotes, long stories and poems like the one you just read, which create suspense and may frighten many readers who enjoy stories. A good author will produce suspenseful stories that will terrify and shock the reader by providing foreshadowing, reversal and last but not least the suspense that will give the reader the chills down their spine by reflecting people's deepest fear, however, they will continue reading it, no matter how

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    The Creator of Suspense

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    The Creator of Suspense Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most well known directors of all time bringing murder and mystery to a new light. His films, starting in 1925 with "The Pleasure Garden" and ending in 1976 with the film "Family Plot", set a precedent for all other directors in the film industry. Many story lines and techniques within the cinematography of Hitchcock are common standards for films of today. However, Hitchcock did not start out as a brilliant director, but instead started

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    Mystery and Suspense in Heart of Darkness It seems like everywhere there is something in life that seems to be left behind.  In the books I read about mystery or suspense, this always seems to be the case in such.  The Heart of Darkness draws me into such depths of suspense and unknown that seem to associate with my life. This whole book is full of mysteries.  Marlow has a heart that is full of mystery when he is stuck in Africa, and looking for a man named Kurtz.  Marlow is waiting

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    In Pegasus: The End of Olympus by Kate O’Hearn, the element of suspense plays a big part in leading up to the climax of the book. With each example of suspense, the readers are left wondering and wanting more information about what is happening in the book. Suspense not only provides a sense of excitement for readers, but also hooks and encourages readers to keep reading the book. Suspense is a crucial part of every book, and without it, any novel wouldn’t have a source of tension or excitement.

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    Fear and Suspense in A Single Shot

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    Fear and Suspense in A Single Shot Matthew F. Jones' novel A Single Shot is a disturbing tale of one man's unfortunate mistake and the hellish consequences it brings him. John Moon, in need of money to support his estranged wife Moira and their infant son Nolan, sets out early one morning to hunt an impressive buck he has recently spotted grazing near his mountain home. Having weighed the value of the deer meat against the thousand dollars in fines and two months in jail he can expect to serve

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    The Use of Suspense in Julius Caesar Suspense can be defined as the uncertainties the reader feels about what will happen next in a story, or in this case, a play.  William Shakespeare incorporated in Julius Caesar three very suspenseful events on which the whole play depends. The first suspenseful event of this play occurs when the conspirators join and discuss their reasons for assassination.  Cassius feels that he is equal to Caesar, if not even better that him.  Shakespeare builds

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    Suspense is one of the main reasons readers read. If there was nothing urging us to read on, then what would be the point? Something has to set off the sparks to keep us interested and hold our attention. It gets our hearts racing, putting us in wonder if we should stop reading, or continue to see the characters fate and what is in store for them. Suspense can be used in many different ways. It can be used in more of an intensity scene, or more of a calm eerie type. No matter which way it is used

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    Suspense in Steven Spielberg's Movie Jaws Steven Spielberg, the creator of Jaws, uses many different techniques to draw in the suspense of viewers and to capture their imagination. These techniques include special effects – to create tension, different camera angles – to show facial expressions and group shots. The classic Jaws music, known by millions of people, also helps build up tension, to let us know when the shark is approaching. He uses colours, so that we can associate signs and symbols

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    Mystery and Suspense in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Literature In this essay, I will compare and analyse how Sir Arthur Conan Doyle creates mystery and suspense in three short stories. In retrospect, mystery and suspense go together. If one of the two is present in a story, so is another. Both of these elements are evident in the three short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I intend to go into the intriguing world of this master of mystery and explore the methods used by the writer. I aim to analyze

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    writer create tension and suspense in The Red Room? The writer is able to create tension and suspense through various ways in the short story ‘The Red Room’. The opening sentence in the story immediately mentions the supernatural, which immediately tells us that this is a gothic story. The first sentence is dialogue, but we do not know who is speaking. This creates tension as it is withholding information. This is the main technique used to create both tension and suspense through out this story

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