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why is diction important to creating tone
in written works the writer cannot rely on inflection, volume, or gestures like they can in spoken word to create a tone
descriptions that create literal pictures in the mind; exact description as author perceives it; not comparing, just describing
creates images by comparing object being described to something else, using similes, metaphors, or analogies
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