• anonymous
The author uses setting to produce which mood in the following passage? The cold winter wind blew through the trees in the black, cavernous woods. Six hours had now passed, and, as the sky grew darker, the rescue team knew they were running out of time. A. shock and outrage B. amusement and irony C. flashback and flash-forward D. suspense and urgency
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  • vheah
D It definitely hints urgency on the part that says "running out of time". And the suspense that comes with it is that will they be able to get to where they should be before the time runs out?

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