How does pathetic fallacy create suspense?

1 Answer
Feb 27, 2017

Answer:

Not really suspense, but foreshadowing

Explanation:

Pathetic fallacy is the use of inanimate objects projecting the undertone and/or feelings and emotions at that current time. The most popular one would be the use of the weather.

You know before that really nice character dies, and it starts raining? Or when lightning starts and thunder sounds, right before a fight? These are very popular, almost 'cliche' uses of pathetic fallacy. Of course, there are subtler ways to do it. And in my opinion, the subtler, the better.

Hope this helps :)