Roald Dahl's 'The Landlady'

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Roald Dahl's "The Landlady" has won many awards and nominations. This story has many aspects to it that make it considered scary. This story might not seem like horror at first glance. But, there are many other reasons why it can be considered horror ."The Landlady" is a horror story because of the recursive setting, the suspense, and the supernatural aspects of the story. The setting in the story "The Landlady" is what seems to be in a circle. It gives of an aura that seems to be bright, pleasant, and happy. It doesn't seem to matter where Mr.Weaver goes because he is always pulled back to the bed and breakfast motel. The area around this motel is dark and gloomy but it stands out. Billy is naturally drawn to this and he looks
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