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Tone and Mood

A presentation of Tone and Mood for AP Literature and Composition.
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Haley Shaffer

on 7 March 2011

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Transcript of Tone and Mood

Tone and Mood Tone is a literarary technique that encompasses the attitudes toward the subject
and toward the audience implied in a literary work. Tone can be anything from formal to sarcastic
to condescending. Tone helps to convey emotions and feelings. It is not to be mistaken
with mood, tone helps sets the mood. Some examples of tone are... "Hey what are you doing, stop that right now!"
Anger "What happened? That looks really bad let me take care of that." Sympathetic "That's awesome! Let's celebrate!!" Happy, Excited Mood is the feeling that tone sets, it is a more general feeling
of a novel or story. Mood usually deals with the big picture, while tone is a
small snapshot in a story. Tone and Mood work together to make a story interesting, tone starts off the mood,
and mood flows through the literary work. select three tone words that best represent attitude of the trailer's creators choose mood words that describe your feelings after viewing the piece select three tone words that best represent attitude of the trailer's creators

choose mood words that describe your feelings after viewing the piece

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