I’m reading the book: Catch A Falling Star. I chose characterization.
If my life were a movie, it would start with this moment. The scene would open one of those expensive overhead shots of a vast, forested landscape, the bleached summer sky threaded with clouds. The music would be something rumbling, like thunder or maybe more liquid as the shot found the curve of our river cutting through granite mountains, it’s water famous for their inky green swirl, reflecting all the Pine and sky.
Dorthy lived in the mist of the great Kansas prairies. With Uncle Henry and Aunt Em, who was the farmers wife. Their house was small, for the lumber to build it had to be carried by wagon many miles. There were 4 walls, a a floor and a roof, which made 1 room; and this room contained a rusty looking cooking stove, a cupboard for dishes, a table, 3 or 4 chairs,and the beds.
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I am currently reading The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. The element of setting that I chose was in this paragraph:
You could see the abandon funeral chapel, iron doors padlocked, ivy on the sides of the spire, a small tree growing out of the guttering at roof level.
You could see stones and tombs and vault
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