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Which two sentences best define mood in literature? the attitude of a writer toward the audience the atmosphere that the writer creates the emotions that a literary work evokes the attitude of a writer toward the subject the interpretation of themes by the reader

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    Mood in literature is best defined as the atmosphere that the writer creates and the emotions that a literary work evokes.

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