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what best describes tone in literature?

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  1. anonymous
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    The tone of a literary work is the perspective or attitude that the author adopts with regards to a specific character, place or development. Tone can portray a variety of emotions ranging from solemn, grave, and critical to witty, wry and humorous. Tone helps the reader ascertain the writer’s feelings towards a particular topic and this in turn influences the reader’s understanding of the story.

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    A.)the opinions the writer expresses through characters and events B.)the way the author conveys themes to the audience through words C.)the writer’s attitude toward the audience and the subject D.)the emotional atmosphere created within a work of literature

  3. anonymous
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    c is the answer you can read the def left up there at the top

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