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...Baskervilles.” The author develops a ghostly, unnatural, and a supernatural mood right from the onset of the literature. For example, Dr. Mortimer is portrayed as acting in unnatural ways – for example, in his attempt to unveil the mysterious curse. This expresses a mood of ghostly nature to enhance suspense, as it is not human to be luminous (Doyle 11). Doyle (24) says, “There stood a foul thing, a great black beast, shaped like a hound” The foul thing is included to draw a fearful mood, to enhance the suspense. “To take on the father of evil himself would be too ambitious…you must admit the footprint was material (Doyle 37).” This line seeks... Literary Devices Literary devises are tools used to...