- Created by: HollyParris
- Created on: 05-11-17 21:29
How does the writer make the circus sound exciting and dramtic in these lines?
To begin, in this part of the extract the circus is shown to be dramtic and exciting when the writer says "it was all so different" to me the writer deliberately portrays the circus to me as something Bailey has never seen before, the verb 'different' could mean that it was similar to entering a new world, this would also link with the adverbs 'escaped' and 'wondered' the use of these mysterious adverbs makes the readers curiousity increase and want to read more about what the circus has to offer. The writer deliberately uses short sentences to create tension within this extract, "He has expected it to be a show... something to be explored." The tension created here along with adverb 'explored' makes…