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Do Not Go Gentle Into That Night
Keep on keepin' on!
Dead? Vampire? Who knows??
The Author of Beowulf uses diction to establish a heroic and exciting tone. His descriptions of battles and Beowulf's past adventures incite an anticipatory and anxious feeling, as well as heroic pride.
Dylan Thomas, the author of "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Night", creates a solemn, yet fiery tone in this elegy. His plea for his father to fight death and not give up on living develop the sense of urgency in the otherwise downcast elegy.
In Dracula, Bram Stoker demonstrates a mastery of Gothic literature with the spooky, unsettling, and mysterious tone of the epistolary fiction. His sequencing and unknowing author captivate the attention of the reader using withheld information.
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