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The Journey North. Lesson Objective: To be able to explain the writer’s use of language to create tension. Drablow. Drab Low What is the significance of the name ‘Drablow’?. Read until the end of the chapter. What are your impressions of Mr Daily?

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the journey north

The Journey North

Lesson Objective:To be able to explain the writer’s use of language to create tension

drablow
Drablow
  • Drab
  • Low
  • What is the significance of the name ‘Drablow’?
read until the end of the chapter
Read until the end of the chapter
  • What are your impressions of Mr Daily?
  • Does Mr Daily leave Arthur any clues about Mrs Drablow or Eel Marsh House?
tension
Tension:
  • When you can feel anticipation and a sense of foreboding

How has the author created tension with one of the quotes below?

‘For some reason then, I shuddered...’

‘feeling an unpleasant sensation of being isolated far from any human dwelling, and trapped in this cold tomb of a railway carriage...’

‘There was a shriek from the train whistle.’

‘trying to see out into the darkness.’

‘disappeared into the darkness.’

Metaphorical?

Pick out a key word

Foreboding / foreshadowing

place names
Place Names:
  • Nine Lives Causeway
  • Eel Marsh
  • Grapemouth Tunnel
  • What do you think is significant about the names that Hill has given to the places associated with Mrs Drablow?