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    The first installment of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark trilogy hit book shelves in 1981. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is about a guy named George Flint. He wants liver, but his wife eats all the liver one by one while she cooks it. So she goes to the church and steals a woman’s liver. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is not beneficial for children because it has graphic details, it’s too violent, and is way too scary for children. To begin, Scary stories to tell in the dark is not beneficial for children because it has graphic details. According to, 14 terrifying facts about scary stories to tell in the dark /Maureen, “The bad guy always wins and they make light into death,” “There’s a story called just delicious about a woman’s…

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    Eassy On English

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    did rhyme, it did not conform to the average impractical stories crammed with false words that I was accustomed to. The poem 's significance stood rather dark in contrast to the regular sickeningly sweet stories. A spider, eloquent and disarming, apprehends a heedless fly; With only the usage of his alluring mannerisms and courteous hospitality. Admiration was the main feeling I felt…

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    PSAs have been as scary as the ads from the Montana Meth Project. The Montana Meth Project fights against meth use in the state of Montana. They have made many ads intended to educate and dissuade teens and young adults thinking about using meth. One such commercial, entitled Jessica, features multiple settings with a voiceover telling a story of a girl and her experiences in each place. Starting with a high school football stadium detailing how the protagonist used to be a cheerleader then…

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    In the story “Through the Tunnel” Jerry decides to go off on his own to new places. These new places symbolizes something different. Through the description of the settings of the beach, bay, and tunnel, you can find symbolism of coming of age and maturity into adultery. The beach symbolizes childhood. Jerry doesn’t have to worry about anything because his mother is watching him. He can play with no care in the world. The descriptions of the setting that lead me to think the beach symbolizes…

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    self for various reasons. The book “More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” was banned for graphic violence such as stories of a one armed man who escaped from an insane asylum who broke out and brutally murdered teenagers. There are is also a story of a man who was a jolly butcher who grounded up people and served them as “wonderful sausages”. There are also stories of the practice of satanic rituals. The author Alvin Schwartz constantly used graphic gore and all his stories in the book. Alvin…

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    In the story, “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, there is a variety of elements that make it fit into the horror genre including suspense, setting, and the organization of the narrative. All these components are critical to the makeup of any narrative that is meant to thrill and scare. These three segments come together to create the feeling the author would like to radiate to the readers; horror. To begin with, suspense is included in mostly every horror based movie, book, and…

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    From Washington Irving, comes a story of horror, action, mystery, and witchcraft. He tells Telling the story of a man named Ichabod Crane, a dDetective from Connecticut. From his home, Ichabod travels to Sleepy Hollow, New York. His purpose is to investigate multiple murders under mysterious circumstances. People say a headless soldier from the Revolutionary war is behind the murders. Ichabod goes through a lot of adventures to find out the answer to the mystery, the scientific way...…..at least…

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    Analysis of Setting in Tell-Tale Heart Edgar Allan Poe created a dark, scary setting in “Tell-Tale Heart” by using the elements of mood and atmosphere, population, and man-made geography. The first technique Poe used is mood and atmosphere. He utilized lighting to create a dark and ominous atmosphere. One way Poe employed lighting is when he mentions that the events occur at midnight (538:2). He created trepidation in the reader by taking advantage of the fact that midnight is seen as a dark…

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    Extreme Zone Book Report

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    For my book report I chose to read Extreme Zone (Night Terrors) . The author of this book is M.C. Summer. Also this book is Fiction but very good. This book takes place at night & in his bedroom. For an example " He woke up screaming & looking outside to the dark sky. " Also this book is told by third person. Basically the story is based on Noah & Harley, which are the main characters. They both share the same things they've went through. When they first met eachother it was a instant connection…

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    Picture this: it’s a dark and stormy Friday night; your parents are out of town. You decide to pop some popcorn and turn on a classic scary movie. The opening credits role, and the first scene fades from black. From behind your blanket shield, you hear a narrator begin to speak in a deep, mysterious tone. “Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary…” Sounds spooky, right? This isn’t your ordinary horror film. It’s actually a poem, written by none other than Edgar Allan Poe. I…

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