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Some of the windows had been walled up; of those that remained, all the lower were rustily barred […] While we waited at the gate, I peeped […] and saw that at the side of the house there was a large brewery. No brewing was going on in it, and none seemed to have gone on for a long long time. Dickens steadily creates a dark mood of decay and disuse. It is almost haunted in atmosphere. This continues when Pip gets inside:. The first thing I noticed was, that the passages were all dark, and that she had left a candle burning there. She took it up, and we went through more passages and up a staircase, and still it was all dark, and only the candle lighted us.

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By describing both the outside and interior of the house in terms of ghostly, shadowy abandonment, Dickens creates a gothic mood and atmosphere. A walking character could be moving in countless ways. A tiptoeing character immediately conjures the idea of stealth. It conveys a sense of sound — how loudly your character is walking. A good mood word casts a spell over an entire scene. If you want to create a heightened sense of suspense or fear in a scene, make a mood word list you can use.

1: Use setting to build your story’s mood

For example, you can create a creepy mood in an old, dilapidated house by describing sounds that suggest eerie presence. For example:. Similarly, making a character tiptoe, creep or inch through a house immediately casts a mood over the setting.

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We anticipate another person or a situation that necessitates cautious movement. Dialogue between characters is another story device you can use to create a stronger mood. The dialogue is a natural continuation of the mood evoked through setting description. Any particular advantages to studying Journalism here? Cardiff is such an easy city to get around as everywhere is quite close to the city centre, so when you're covering stories it's quick to go from one place to another which makes life a lot easier.

Also there are famous landmarks here such as the Millennium Stadium and the Wales Millennium Centre so there's always something going on that could be reported on.

I learnt so many new things such as what it's like to present a live show, and how the director and producer organise the whole production. What are your career ambitions? My aim is to become a broadcast journalist and report on current affairs. This course is helping me achieve this by teaching me the practical skills I'll need for the industry. Think of how setting, dialogue and mood relate to each other. For example, if your characters are in a loud, crowded nightclub, it will alter the way they speak.

Are there interruptions?

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Moments where they have to shout above the din? Places where the world outside goes quiet? Of course, the birthday party never happened.

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The birthday boy was in the hospital instead. The mother sat by the bed.

She was waiting for the boy to wake up. The father hurried over from his office.

What is the definition of mood in literature?

He sat next to the mother. So now the both of them waited for the boy to wake up. Similarly, match the pace of your sentences, the simplicity or complexity of their construction, to the mood you want to convey. Take this sentence, for example:. She felt happy the job interview had gone well and was looking forward to hearing back from the company.

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All that week and the next, she checked her email and phone religiously, expecting a follow-up. There is a clearer distinction between the mood of being in the building where the interview takes place and being free of it. Want to develop a mood to match your story idea? Then use our Google Docs writing add-on to view your outline alongside your draft.