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English, 25.09.2020 06:01, Dreadpoolio1999

Write the title of the text you have analyzed here: List at least three examples of diction in the text that add to the overall tone. Explain how each word contributes to the emotional power of the piece.

List at least three examples of imagery in the text that add to the overall tone. Explain how each description contributes to the emotional power of the piece.

List the examples of important details the author chose to include. Explain how these details contribute to the emotional power of the piece.

List the examples of important details the author chose to omit. Explain how these missing details contribute to the emotional power of the piece.

Analyze the author’s use of syntax in this text. Are the sentences long or short? Does the author use punctuation to slow down the pace, or short phrases to quicken it? Explain how the sentence structure contributes to the emotional power of the piece.

Select a tone (or multiple tones) from the list of Tone Words. Explain why this tone is the best way to describe this text.

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