Duel Neil Gaiman’s “Don’t Ask Jack” story by writing your own. < < <<br

Duel Neil Gaiman’s “Don’t Ask Jack” story by writing your own.
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Make sure to include:
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[1] Child Primary: using a child as the primary character creates tension because children are vulnerable and less equipped to resist or fight evil.
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[2] Absent Adult: using adults who are ignorant of the evil and unavailable to help increases the vulnerability of the children and, therefore, the tension.
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[3] Grotesque Detail: twisting the details just enough so that they feel “not quite right” but are not conclusively evil increases the tension further.
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[4] The Unknown: by never fully revealing “the monster,” tension is increased because we fear most that which is hidden to the eye.
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Also, do not neglect to focus on the use of setting and the development of character too.
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