Literary Terms: tone, mood, and theme

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Last updated: May 5, 2019

tone
The authors attitude toward the subject he/she is writing about.

mood
The feeling the reader gets while reading a piece

theme
The central message, concern, or purpose in a literary work. I is expressed as a generalization or a general statement about human beings or about adult life.

Theme
Love conquers all, Never give up on your dreams, and good always wins over evil are all examples of ….

Tone
Factual, fomal, cheerful, concerned, bantering, sarcastic and humorous are all examples of …..

mood
scary, creepy, dark, happy, and suspenseful are all examples of ……

Alliteration
Seven slimey snakes slithered past.

alliteration
The repeated use of the initial sound of several words in a row.

Alliteration
Alice saw a beefy, big, black cat sitting on the stone wall across from her house.

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