anonymous
  • anonymous
What would the difference between tone and mood be? I'm writing an analysis for the poem "Oxygen" by Mary Oliver. The problem is I believe I'm mixing up tone and mood.
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jakelee
  • jakelee
You might think about the difference between mood and tone as follows: Mood as the attitude of the author toward the subject, and Tone as the attitude of the author toward the audience. Usually. Sometimes there is a fine line, and Tone can be an attitude toward the implied audience and subject both.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you that really helped!

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