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What does it mean by using sensory details in describing a setting in a story?
How can the setting influence the mood of a story?
If you’re writing a story set in a medieval castle, but readers are having trouble visualising the setting, what could be a helpful strategy?
Consider the following excerpt: “The moss-covered stones of the ancient castle towered above me. The air was cold and damp, carrying a musty scent that hinted at centuries of history. Each footstep echoed off the stone walls as I wandered through the deserted corridors. Somewhere in the distance, a lone owl hooted, its mournful call echoing through the silence.”
What mood does this excerpt convey?
You’re writing a science fiction story set on a space station, but readers are struggling to understand some of the technical terms you’re using. What could be a good solution?
Consider this excerpt: “Towering skyscrapers reached up towards the clear, azure sky. The honking of cars and the chatter of pedestrians filled the air. The aroma of street food mingled with the smell of exhaust fumes, creating an intoxicating, distinctly urban bouquet.” What sensory details are used in this description?