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The Red Room

The Red Room


by H.G. Wells

The Red Room: Symbols True or False

1. It is Gothic to contrast dark with -> Ghosts
2. The narrator’s own internal struggle against his fear is mirrored in his physical struggle with -> Ghosts
3. "The black shadow sprang back to its place there" is an example of -> Simile
4. What "lurks there always"? -> Heat
5. Who is a boy more beautiful than others? -> Pygmalion