How does Iswaran describe the uprooted tree on the highway? What effect does he want to create in his listeners?
Iswaran describes the story in a very dramatical way. He says that the road was deserted and he was all alone. And then suddenly he saw an enormous bushy beast lying sprawled across the road. He was half inclined to turn and go back. However, he came closer, he found that it was a fallen tree with its dry branches.
The effect he wants to create is suspense and a surprise ending to every small incident that he narrates to his readers.