The Woman in Black Key Quote analysis

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  • "I was feeling an unpleasant sensation of being isolated far from any other human."  Pg.38 (The Journey North)
    • Foreshadows the future experiences
      • Later life at Monks Piece where he distances himself
    • Loneliness and seclusions is foreshadows the Eel Marsh House experience
      • Vulnerability
    • Emphasises the abnormality of the situation, also a convention of ghost stories
    • Becomes more uncomfortable as he gets closer to Crythin Gifford
    • Sibilance in sensation emphasises aloneness
    • Human contact is important as he only has Spider the dog for company, shows his mortality


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