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Which of the following is NOT a way to identify the tone of a text?
Which element is considered the overall feeling created by the setting, theme, tone and mood of a text?
If the main character in a story changes from a cheerful, innocent person to a sombre, experienced individual, what is likely to happen to the mood of the story?
Consider the following sentence: “With a heart as heavy as the grey clouds above, he stepped onto the cold, desolate streets.” What can you infer about the mood and atmosphere from this sentence?
A suspense novel begins with a peaceful suburban setting, but soon the main character witnesses a mysterious event that starts a chain of disturbing occurrences. How would you expect the atmosphere of the novel to change after the mysterious event?
An author is writing a story about a serene coastal town. To convey a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere, what kind of sensory details should they focus on?
Consider the following excerpt from a novel: “Sandra paced the length of the room, her heart hammering against her ribs like a trapped bird. Her breath came in short, sharp bursts as she awaited the news.” What can you infer about the tone and mood of this excerpt?