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Lena772

  • 8 months ago

The use of phrases, fragments, and punctuation can affect the pace and mood of a text. How would you describe the pace of the following passage? "I had swooned! But still will not say that all of consciousness was lost. What of it there remained I will not attempt to define, or even to describe! In the deepest slumber—no! In delirium—no! In a swoon—no! In death—no! even in the grave all is not lost. Else there is no immortality for man!" Average Fast Slow Both fast and slow

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  1. Lena772
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    @douglaswinslowcooper @HourglassMage

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    I think it's fast or Both Fast and slow? idk.

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    probably both

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