Free Essays on How To Describe A Haunted House To Your Friend

  1. Haunted House

    Haunted House I have this fear of masks, haunted houses, and anything scary. It was a cool fall day in the month of October. All my friends were preparing for the upcoming Halloween festivals and trying to decide which ones to attend. One of my guy friends said, “let’s go to a haunted house it’s...

  2. Dracula vs the Fall of the House of Usher

    The Fall of the House of Usher In my life I have read many books. I have never really taken the time to notice any particular styles or genres except for fiction and nonfiction. That was until I read my first gothic short story. The power the writers use to describe every detail and how dark they wrote...

  3. Haunted House

    movies, and last but not least--haunted houses! I dread going to a haunted house. Unfortunately if I do not go, I get teased by my friends. Learning how to walk through a haunted house is scary but possible to do. As my friends and I stood gazing at the run-down house, my body shivered, as though, chills...

  4. Haunted Adventures

    Christina’s Haunted Adventures Mayra Garcia June 18, 2013 Composition 1 Brown Mackie College – Atlanta Mr. Ray The night was very chilly and all the kids were running, laughing, and having a lot of fun at the third grade’s fall festival. The Roosevelt Elementary school decided to do a haunted house...

  5. Exploring how HG Wells created an atmosphere of fear and tension in 'The red room'

    How does HG Wells build up an atmosphere of fear and show the young man reduced from self-assurance to panic and terror?The title of the story I will look at in this assignment is The Red Room by HG Wells. It is a ghost story, written in 1896. HG Wells uses elements from the gothic genre to enhance the...

  6. House on mango street 1-14 study questions

    attitude toward the Mango St. house?- Esperanzas mood towards to the house on mango street is mixed. She thinks it acceptabloe for now but its not the final house she wants for her family. Her parents say that its temporary but she dosen't want it to be the final house for her family. But she dose see...

  7. The Haunting of Hill House

    The Haunting of Hill House By: Jack Clark II The Haunting of Hill House is considered a classic to many people. It has a certain sense of feeling missing from today's novels. The Haunting of Hill House has suspense, horror, a little bit of romance, and an ending that will leave you thinking for...

  8. The House of Whispers

    The House of Whispers “Good morning babe how did you sleep last night?” I ask as Abby grabs her coffee and joins me at the breakfast table. “Michael it felt like something was breathing down my neck again last night” says Abby. “I think you were imagining things” I reply. “Michael I’m serious...

  9. Analysis of Fall of House of Usher

    “The Fall of House of Usher” opens with the narrator receiving a letter from his old school mate, Roderick, who suffered from a serious illness. Worrying about his friend, the narrator hurried to the House of Usher on horseback. Over the course of the story the narrator discovers that house, Roderick,...

  10. Jane Eyer

    mean, who beats up girls?!) and Jane, being passionate as she is, decides to fight back. That lands her in the Red Room, which she believes to be haunted. She is disturbed, scared, and quite alone. You can't help but feel sorry for the poor thing as she relates her troubles to you. And then you are...

  11. From Hell House to Holy Wars

    From Hell House to Holy Wars The Hell House documentary was an interesting movie to watch. It gave insight to a culture that statistics say has grown within the past decade. I think it is debatable whether or not that growth continues but the movement on the whole has seen much success, nonetheless...

  12. The Fall of the House of Usher

    Fall of the House of Usher 1. The details in the story seemed realistic. But the outcome seems too perfect. Even the symbols between the family and the house fit together just right, reminding us that the story isn’t as realistic as the descriptions that are given. Poe is able to give such...

  13. Fall of the House of Usher

    Very similar to the films of filmmaker Tim Burton, Edgar Allen Poe puts forth a similar style in his writings, as in the short story “ The Fall of the House of Usher”, which depicts a very dark and gothic tone. This tone demonstrates a common style of Poe’s writing and reveals a much deeper message throughout...

  14. How is Tension and Fear Created in "The Red Room" by H.G. Wells?

    fire. The author uses words such as "draughty", "chilly" and "dusty" to describe the "passage" and "spiral staircase" forming a picture of gloom in the reader's mind. "Everything in the house "was in it's place" which means the house was left in a hurry, leaving the reader to speculate why. When the narrator...

  15. Describe the marriage of Paulina and Gerardo

    Describe the marriage of Paulina and Gerardo Their marriage is controlling on Gerardo’s part and rather cautious with Paulina given her past. Gerardo seemingly plays the role of an affectionate husband with his embraces and pet names but has underlying examples of a persuasive and dominant control over...

  16. The Haunting of Hill House

    The Haunting of Hill House By: Shirley Jackson Overview Author Shirley Jackson was an American writer; she was born in San Francisco in 1916. She wrote the novel The Haunting of Hill House around the 1950’s. Shirley Jackson also wrote The Sundial, The Bird’s Nest, Hangsaman...

  17. How Do People and Themes, Change Throughout the Course of the Story?

    ‘The Darkness Out There’ by Penelope Lively Jordan Roberts How do people and themes, change throughout the course of the story? ‘The Darkness Out There’ combines the author’s narration with the thoughts and feelings...

  18. Fall of the House of Usher Symbolism

    With just a few short words of “vacant and eye-like windows” (Poe 122), the description of those that reside in the mansion of “The Fall of the House of Usher” has been laid before the reader. As an author puts pen to paper, the creative use of words can be found to bring forth symbolism that means more...

  19. Discuss the role of place and setting in texts on your course. Shelley's "Frankenstein", Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway", and Defoe's "Moll Flanders".

    expression will be modified by the language and experience of other men." (Conor Cruise O'Brien). Discuss the role of place and setting in texts on your course. In order to analyse the role which place and setting can play in novels, I have chosen to study the three following novels: Shelley's "Frankenstein"...

  20. “The Fall of the House of Usher” and “The Yellow Wallpaper”: A Comparison Introduction

     “The Fall of the House of Usher” and “The Yellow Wallpaper”: A Comparison Introduction Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” has received wide praise for its accurate depiction of madness and the symptoms attributed to mental breakdowns (Shumaker 1985).   While these symptoms may seem...

  21. An Anlysis Discussing the Parallels of the Female Characters in the Literary Works Paradise of the Blind and the House of the Spirits

    story of three women whom fight against the perils of a communist society. Isabel Allende, an author raised in Chile, wrote The House of the Spirits, a book that describes the personal conflicts of a Chilean family. Duong Thu Huong and Isabel Allende have both faced political and personal situations...

  22. A Haunted House

    was an attack to his free will. A short story, “A Haunted House” by Virginia Woolf uses point of view for many purposes including evoking suspense and curiosity. Point of view is one of the most important literally elements in a story and “A Haunted House” by Woolf proves this by its usage of various points...

  23. Allan Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher", Perkins "The Yellow Wallpaper", Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily."

    Frequently, one of the main characters would be some sort of damsel in distress, threatened by another male character. Edgar Allen Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher", Charlotte Perkins "The Yellow Wallpaper", and William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily", all use gothic elements of style in describing the exterior...

  24. Romantic Elements in Frankenstein and the Fall of the House of Usher

    Romantic elements in Frankenstein and The Fall of the House of Usher Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein, and Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, The Fall of the House of Usher, although published in different periods, on different continents, have in common many of the main ideas that stood...

  25. How Tomake Money

    1. Summarise your play in five points. * It’s a play within a play. * Play begins; Katherine hates her sister Bianca and her father Baptista. * Katherine meets Percutio who is looking to marry Katherine for her money. * Percutio marries Katherine and tames her. * End of the play,...

  26. Stranahan House

    English 1 7/8/13 Some may think the Stranahan House is just a rickety 1900’s house, but it’s really a little slice of history in Fort Lauderdale’s backyard that also houses many events for locals and visitors. It was built in 1901 by Frank Stranahan, who is known as Fort Lauderdale’s founding...

  27. How Does Hg Wells Create Fear and Suspense in the

    fiction with its setting usually in a ruined gothic castle or abbey. A gothic novel emphasises mystery and horror and it is filled with ghost haunted rooms, underground passages, and secret stair ways. The scene in the red room is set in an old, derelict castle- Lorraine Castle in which a young...

  28. Comparing and Contrasting Ibsen's 'A Doll House' and Moliere's 'A School for Wives'

    Compare and contrast the representations of gender roles and responsibilities in A Dolls House and School for Wives A Doll’s House (Ibsen, 1879) and The School For Wives (Moliere, 1662) mirror each other in many ways including the realistic nature of both plots through the portrayal of everyday, ordinary...

  29. The Fall of the House of Usher: Imagery and Parallelism

    The Fall of the House of Usher: Imagery and Parallelism In his short story "The Fall of the House of Usher", Edgar Allen Poe presents his reader with an intricately suspenseful plot filled with a foreboding sense of destruction. Poe uses several literary devices, among the most prevalent, however...

  30. At the Edge of Your Seat

    Topic Write a story that is set in a frightening place. Describe an event that happens to the main character in your story. Choose your words carefully to make the reader share the character's fear. Try to show the emotions and feelings of your character. Story "Mary Ann. You keep on driving...