Starting points… . Themes : isolation, terror, secrets, fear Characters : Arthur Kipps , Alice Drablow , Jennet Humfrye , Mr Jerome, Sam Daily, Keckwick Places : London, Crythin Gifford, Nine Lives Causeway, Monk’s Piece, Eel Marsh House.
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Themes: isolation, terror, secrets, fear
Characters: Arthur Kipps, Alice Drablow, Jennet Humfrye, Mr Jerome, Sam Daily, Keckwick
Places: London, Crythin Gifford, Nine Lives Causeway, Monk’s Piece, Eel Marsh House
**How does Susan Hill use description of places to have an impact on how the reader feels during the novel?**
EEL MARSH HOUSE
1) Frame the question – set out the perameters of you discussion – remember you only have 45 minutes! – This should form the basis of your introduction – how she uses places and which places you are going to discuss in your answer.
2) Find the examples in the text skim read them and jot down key quotes to use.
3)Discuss how she uses places to create different effects – how the impact on the reader is different for each one.
4)Use word level analysis as appropriate – compare and contrast different settings.
5) Remember useful words for comparing: similarly; furthermore; whereas; conversely; has the opposite effect; is a reflection of; justaposes; in contrast to; heightens; enhances.
How does Hill create tension and suspense in the second chapter, A London Particular? 30 marks; SPaG 4 marks.
2) How does Hill present children in The Woman in Black? How do you think the children add to the sense of horror in the novel? 30 marks; Spag 4 marks.