"House on Hackman's Hill" By Joan Lowery Nixon Essay | Student Essay

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"House on Hackman's Hill" By Joan Lowery Nixon

Summary: Book analysis on "House on Hackman's Hill" by Joan Lowery Nixon. Describes the author's use of word art.
What would you do if Anubis, an Egyptian god, had you trapped in an abandoned house and was chasing you? In the mysterious book The House on Hackman's Hill, the author Joan Lowery Nixon uses word art to create spine tingling descriptions. Word art is a technique where an author uses similes, metaphors, word choice and the five senses to make a reader experience what the character in the book is feeling. The reader feels adventurous, anxious, frightened and triumphant as they follow Jeff and Debbie through this eerie tale. The use of word art helps the reader to relate with the terror and determination of these two kids and is captivated from the beginning to the end of this chilling story.

Jeff and Debbie, two kids known as "The Gruesome Twosome," in an attempt to collect the $10,000 reward for...

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