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23 January, 22:14

Which lines contain diction that creates the overall tone? Check all that apply.

It was a lovely sight to see

Amid the jaggéd shadows

To make her gentle vows

Her face, oh call it fair not pale

Each about to have a tear

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  1. 23 January, 23:46
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    Which lines contain diction that creates the overall tone? Check all that apply.

    The correct answers are "It was a lovely sight to see" and "her face, oh call it fair not pale".

    Regarding the correctness, clearness and effectiveness, these two sentences are right and accurate. First, the correctness show a good sense of conjugation. Second, the meaning is clear because the sentences are more structured than the others; subject, verb and complement. In addition, they are effective because they produce the desired tone, in "it was a lovely sight to see" we can even imagine the scenery and the state of the beholder. In "her face, oh call it fair not pale" The sentence captures the essence of the main character, Chrystabel, she is under the moonlight and this fact makes the way we see her even clearer. Besides, the words Chrystabel, crystal, and fair embrace the meaning of her spirit more accurately.
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