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In the nineteenth century there was no sort of entertainment eg television game consoles radios etcPeople Read a lot of books they loved books that were about mystery and suspenceThis was the time that the monkeys paw was written In those days people were excited about far-off places like India because of all the magical things and the old fakirs and so people loved to travel to such places but it would cost them a lot The monkeys paw was set in a place that no one lived The night was wet and cold and was the beastly places to liveIts set in the middle of the villa The story is started off with the place being nice The story is not made this way it creates suspense to the readers the weather should be bad but it starts off good so it creates suspense to the readers The other thing that makes the story exciting is the people In the story wwJacobs increases tension in high peaks which alternate with calm moments eg When the man outside is waiting he is very dressed up and Miss White assumed it was in connection with the 200 and when he tells her that her son is dead she is heartbroken The tension is moved up when Miss White realizes that there are two wishes left she runs to tell her husband to wish him back and when he does there are knocks on the door and when she tries to open the door she couldnt because it was too high and then the tension is on its highest peak when the last wish is made and when the door is open there is nothing there the tension suddenly had a great fall One of the other ways it creates mystery is when Sergeant-Major-Morris Is talking about Indian and when he says monkeys paw and he quickly changes the story The other way
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