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Mood (literature)

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Mood is one element in the narrative structure of a piece of literature. It can also be referred to as atmosphere because it creates an emotional setting enveloping  ...

Mood - Examples and Definition of Mood - Literary Devices

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Usually, mood is referred to as the atmosphere of a literary piece, as it creates an emotional situation that surrounds the readers. Mood is developed in a literary ...

Mood Examples and Definition - Literary Devices

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Definition and a list of examples of mood. Mood is the emotional feeling or atmosphere that a work of literature produces in a reader.

Mood Examples - Example articles - YourDictionary

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Mood is the way you are feeling at any particular time. It is also the emotional quality of literature, music, or other expressive arts.

Tone, mood, atmosphere & voice in writing | NZ Booklovers

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Mar 5, 2014 ... Whether your are writing a novel or short story, or are analysing one, defining tone, mood, atmosphere & voice, and recognising the differences ...

Atmosphere

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Atmosphere/Mood. Atmosphere (or mood) refers to the feeling the reader gets about the story based on the details the author uses. Atmosphere is created by the ...

Tone and Mood – Our English Class

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Mood is the atmosphere of a piece of writing; it's the emotions a selection arouses in a ..... Don't confuse this with tone, another literary device which refers to the ...

Mood | Literary Devices

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The literary device 'mood' refers to a definitive stance the author adopts in ... the subject, which in turn lends a particular character or atmosphere to the work.

Tone and Mood - Fall River Public Schools

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Mood - is the feeling a piece of literature arouses in the reader: happy, sad, ... from a steady pressure in the language toward one major atmospheric effect.

An Explanation of Mood in Literature | The Classroom | Synonym

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The mood in a piece of literature is its dominant atmosphere and is constructed in order to inject a specific feeling or emotion in the reader. A writer will use many ...

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Atmosphere - Examples and Definition of ... - Literary Devices

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A mood can serve as a vehicle for establishing atmosphere. In literary works, atmosphere refers to emotions or feelings an author conveys to his readers through ...

Atmosphere in Literature: Definition & Examples - Video & Lesson ...

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Nov 10, 2014 ... We're usually going for spooky around Halloween, but in literature, atmosphere refers to the feeling, emotion, or mood a writer conveys to a ...

Tone and Mood

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Mood is the general atmosphere created by the author's words. ... Authors set a TONE or MOOD in literature by conveying an emotion or emotions through words  ...