Creating an atmosphere through place and setting

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What could the word 'piece' be seen as?
a pun on the homophone 'peace'
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What is the importance of Hill's use of the world 'monk's'?
a monk is usually isolated from society
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why do you think hill uses an apostrophe on 'monk's'?
to suggest that the isolation of society (or what made him isolated) has posession over his 'peace'
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what could the name 'Crythin Gifford' have connotations of?
cry:emotions, thin: reference to the small and narrow mindness of the villagers,
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What places does Crythin Gifford encompass?
Eel Marsh house, The nine lives causeway,Gapemouth tunnel.
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what could the would 'Eel" suggest?
Eel's are often associated with pain
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what could 'nine lives' connote?
death, supernatural
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what could gapemouth tunnel sybolise?
a passage from the real world to the realm of supernatural
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what could the breifness of ' a london park' suggest?
possibly because the horrors that occur here are enough to speak for themselves
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what do kipps and the woman in black pass before their loved ones meet their deaths?
an avenue of horse chesnut trees
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