THE WOMAN IN BLACK. WHISTLE AND I'LL COME TO YOU. READING COMPREHENSION.WITH ANSWERS

The Woman In Black. Susan Hill. Reading comprehension suitable for KS3/4 . The extract is taken from chapter 11 Whistle and I’ll Come to You as Arthur Kipps spends the night alone in Eel Marsh House.
Focus is on the writer’s use of language and how this contributes to the build up of dramatic tension.
Language and structural points covered include: writer’s word choices, figurative language, juxtaposition, structure, pathetic fallacy and tone.
Detailed answer key included for time-saving and further teaching points.

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