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The Woman in Black – Chapter 2 Lesson Objective: To explore how the writer creates atmosphere and tension through Pathetic Fallacy
Pathetic Fallacy The use of the weather to mirror or illustrate a characters feelings Key Word What atmosphere does fog create?
How is the fog used for effect? The writer uses pathetic fallacy in chapter 2 An example is ____________ The effect this creates is ___________________________ The fog loomed, yellow-grey, and thicker than ever…p.29 As I peered from out of the cab window into the gloom, what figures I could make out, fumbling their way through the murk, were like ghost figures p.27 It was menacing and sinister…p.25 The fog had scarcely allowed any daylight to penetrate the foul gloom of the atmosphere. P.25 Foreshadowing Clue
What are the clues On page 29 Mr Bentley tells Arthur about the location of Eel Marsh House What clues does he leave for the reader about the danger that Arthur might face? –1 –2
Predict what will happen when Arthur gets to Eel Marsh House