Owen's White Fang and The Pit and the Pendulum Compare and Contrast
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White Fang's Setting
White Fang's Tone
White Fang's Conflict
Page 1: "The land itself was a desolation, lifeless, without movement, so lone and cold that the spirit of it was not even that of sadness."
The Pit and the Pendulum's Setting
Page 2: "A second cry arose, piercing the silence with needlelike shrillness."
The Pit and the Pendulum's Tone
Page 15: "More wolves were appearing every moment and joining in the chase."
The Pit and the Pendulum's Conflict
Page 7: "...My dungeon, as well as all the condemned cells at Toledo, had stone floors, and light was not altogether excluded."
Page 14: "I saw that the crescent was designed to cross the region of the heart. It would fray the serge of my robe—it would return and repeat its operations—again—and again."
Page 3: "The sentence—the dread sentence of death—was the last of distinct accentuation which reached my ears."
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