Mood and Tone in Literature. Introduction. Unit Essential Question. How do mood and tone contribute to the effect of a literature selection?
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How do mood and tone contribute to the effect of a literature selection?
Mood includes the emotions or feelings produced by the piece, and tone describes the writer’s feelings and attitude about the subject of the piece. Together, they combine the feelings of the author and the reader and draw the reader deep into the action of the plot.
Selection: “The Tell-Tale Heart”
Selection: “Birthday Ritual: A Grave Tradition”
Selection: “Man Made Monsters”
Selection: “The Third Wish”
Selection: “The Monkey’s Paw”
Mood, tone, attitude, imagery, visualization, feature story, banner, byline, dateline, chronological order, compare/contrast, cause/effect, proposition/support, internal conflict, external conflict, suspense