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  • Scarlet of Ibis
  • By: Kevin Dalby
  • Tone
  • Word Choice
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  • Imagery
  • The author sets a tone for certain parts of the story helping the readers feel the mood of the story.
  • Style
  • The author uses word choice to help the readers visualize and set a tone for a certain part of a story. For example in the story the author would describe the thoughts the narrator was feeling about doodle even if it was kind of dark.
  • Theme
  • The author uses imagery to help the reader understand and vision what exactly is going on at a very moment. 
  • The author uses style to further help the readers develop the full scene in their minds of what is going on at a very moment in the story.
  • The author wants to set a theme that basically explains that you should let things develop on their own and not force things to.
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