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14 terms
Tone and Style
Abhorrent
Accusing
Acerbic
Acquiescence
inspiring disgust and loathing; repugnant.
a belief in someone's guilt or culpability.
sharp and forthright.
the reluctant acceptance of something without protest.
Abhorrent
inspiring disgust and loathing; repugnant.
Accusing
a belief in someone's guilt or culpability.
Tone & style
Tone
Mood
Style
Things to consider in style:
The authors attitude toward the subject must be inferred
Overall feeling or emotions that are created in the reader
The way an author uses literary devices, tone, and mood in a…
1) Point of view ... 2) formal or informal ... 3) organization/stru…
Tone
The authors attitude toward the subject must be inferred
Mood
Overall feeling or emotions that are created in the reader
51 terms
Tone + Style
affected
austere
banal
bombastic
assuming a false manner or attitude to impress others
stern, strict, frugal, unadorned
pointless and uninteresting
pretentious and pompous
affected
assuming a false manner or attitude to impress others
austere
stern, strict, frugal, unadorned
11 terms
Style: Tone
tone
irony
verbal irony
sarcasm
the author's attitude towards himself, the purpose, subject,…
a discrepancy or incongruity of some kind
a discrepancy between the literal words and what is actually…
hurtful or insulting comments
tone
the author's attitude towards himself, the purpose, subject,…
irony
a discrepancy or incongruity of some kind
60 terms
tone and style
acerbic
abbreviated
affected
amicable
harsh
shortened
assuming a false manner to impress others
agreeable,friendly
acerbic
harsh
abbreviated
shortened
10 terms
tone and style
Elegiac
Iconoclastic
Prurient
Epistolary
expressing sorrow or lamentation
attacking cherished beliefs and traditions
lewd; scornful; mocking
letter-writing style
Elegiac
expressing sorrow or lamentation
Iconoclastic
attacking cherished beliefs and traditions
77 terms
Tone and Style
Abstract
Abstruse
Affected
Allusive
theoretical, without reference to specifics
complex, profound
assuming a false manner of attitude to impress others
makes used of allusions or references to other works, history…
Abstract
theoretical, without reference to specifics
Abstruse
complex, profound
77 terms
Tone and Style
apathetic
apologetic
appreciative
apprehensive
marked by a lack of interest; showing little or no emotion or…
offering or expressing apology
having or showing appreciation or a favorable critical judgme…
in fear or dread of possible evil or harm; mentally upset ove…
apathetic
marked by a lack of interest; showing little or no emotion or…
apologetic
offering or expressing apology
46 terms
Tone and Style
Abstract
Absurd
Affected
Ambiguous
Theoretical, without reference to specifics
Contrary to logic, but sometimes artistically viable
Assuming a false manner or attitude to impress others
Having two or more possible meanings
Abstract
Theoretical, without reference to specifics
Absurd
Contrary to logic, but sometimes artistically viable
21 terms
Style and Tone
Style
Tone
Some functions of Style in fiction
Connotation
- Mode of expression.... - How an author says something rather t…
- The writer's attitudes towards his/her subject and readers.…
- increases readers' belief in characters' reality and experi…
- The associative or emotional meaning of a word. (Denotation…
Style
- Mode of expression.... - How an author says something rather t…
Tone
- The writer's attitudes towards his/her subject and readers.…
16 terms
Style and Tone
Point of view
Narrator
First-person narrator
Third-person narrator
The perspective from which a story is told.
The invented speaker of a story.
A speaker who participates in the story he tells.
A speaker who does not participate in the story he tells.
Point of view
The perspective from which a story is told.
Narrator
The invented speaker of a story.
20 terms
Tone and Style
Licentious
Querulous
Lugubrious
Insouciant
Lack moral, legal restraints
Whiny, fretful
Mournful, downcast
Lighthearted, nonchalant
Licentious
Lack moral, legal restraints
Querulous
Whiny, fretful
9 terms
Tone and Style
Dialect
Dialogue
Diction
Figures of speech
A regional or social variety of a language distinguished by p…
A literary work written in the form of a conversation
Choice and use of words in speech or writing
An expression that uses language in a nonliteral way (metapho…
Dialect
A regional or social variety of a language distinguished by p…
Dialogue
A literary work written in the form of a conversation
9 terms
Style and Tone
define allusion.
define imagery.
define diction,
define figures of speech.
brief, often implicit, and indirect reference within the text…
a sensory detail or evocation in a work.
word choice.
any word or phrase that creates a figure in the mind of the r…
define allusion.
brief, often implicit, and indirect reference within the text…
define imagery.
a sensory detail or evocation in a work.
84 terms
Tone and Style
tone
style
abstract
absurd
feelings, moods, and attitudes that are reflected in the way…
refers to writing techniques
theoretical, without reference to specifics
contrary to logic, but sometimes artistically viable
tone
feelings, moods, and attitudes that are reflected in the way…
style
refers to writing techniques
18 terms
Style and Tone
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Figurative language
associative or emotional meaning of a word
explicit or dictionary meaning of a word
verbal description or visual element appeals to the senses
Saying one thing meaning another
Connotation
associative or emotional meaning of a word
Denotation
explicit or dictionary meaning of a word
20 terms
Tone and Style
In many Victorian novels it was custom…
Of course, the voice of this commentat…
Such intrusions, although sometimes us…
Not only the author's choice of ______…
remarking upon action, offering philosophic asides, or explai…
real life
Modern storytellers, carefully keeping out of sight, seldom c…
details, characters, events,situations, words
In many Victorian novels it was custom…
remarking upon action, offering philosophic asides, or explai…
Of course, the voice of this commentat…
real life
12 terms
Tone and Style
Victorian novelists
modern narrator
choice of details, characters, events,…
author's attitude / feelings / outlook…
often let their narrator be "seen," with overt commentary
tends to present the story but remains out of sight or at lea…
The Tone depends on
Through the tone, we receive clues about the
Victorian novelists
often let their narrator be "seen," with overt commentary
modern narrator
tends to present the story but remains out of sight or at lea…
8 terms
Tone and Style
Tone
Style
Diction
Irony
The attitude toward a subject conveyed in a literary work
All the distinctive ways in which an author uses language to…
Word choice or vocabulary
A literary device in which a discrepancy of meaning is masked…
Tone
The attitude toward a subject conveyed in a literary work
Style
All the distinctive ways in which an author uses language to…
116 terms
Style/tone
Abashed
Abhorring
Abstract
Admiring
Feeling embarrassed or ashamed
Utterly detesting or abominating
Has characteristics apart from any specific object or instance
the act of looking on or contemplating with pleasure
Abashed
Feeling embarrassed or ashamed
Abhorring
Utterly detesting or abominating
36 terms
style/tone
insipid
obtuse
pedantic
provincial
tasteless, dull, flat
not sharp, stupid, insensitive
unimaginative, overly scholarly, bookish
lacking refinement
insipid
tasteless, dull, flat
obtuse
not sharp, stupid, insensitive
10 terms
Style/Tone
Laconic
Pedantic
Callow
Surreptitious
Expressing a lot in few words; or just using few words
Overly concerned with minute details or formalists, especiall…
Immature or inexperienced
Acting in a stealthy way
Laconic
Expressing a lot in few words; or just using few words
Pedantic
Overly concerned with minute details or formalists, especiall…
9 terms
Tone/Style
Diction
Irony
Verbal Irony
Dramatic Irony
The choice of a particular word or words as opposed to others.
Words or ideas which have an extra layer of meaning, distinct…
speaker or character says one thing, yet means another
actions or words have an alternate meaning, which the speaker…
Diction
The choice of a particular word or words as opposed to others.
Irony
Words or ideas which have an extra layer of meaning, distinct…
139 terms
Style and Tone Words
suggests
implies
sheds light
clarifies
bring to mind
expresses or states indirectly
Insight
make or become clear
suggests
bring to mind
implies
expresses or states indirectly
20 terms
Mood, tone, and style
Mood is
Mood is NOT
Mood can be
Tone is
the overall feeling an audience gets from a text. It is your…
the audience's emotional state!... If you are depressed and read…
scary, suspenseful, cheerful, light-hearted, desperate, angry…
the attitude of the viewpoint character, or narrator or perha…
Mood is
the overall feeling an audience gets from a text. It is your…
Mood is NOT
the audience's emotional state!... If you are depressed and read…
10 terms
Mood, Tone, Style Vocabulary
mood
tone
style
concise
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader. W…
A writer's attitude toward their subject matter. Words to des…
The author's choices regarding word choice, sentence structur…
Brief, to the point, comprehensive in scope
mood
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader. W…
tone
A writer's attitude toward their subject matter. Words to des…
9 terms
Mood, Tone, Style
Complex Sentence
Compound-Complex Sentence
Compound Sentence
Name the sentence type of the followin…
1 Independent Clause and at least 1 Dependent Clause
2 Independent Clauses and 1 Dependent Clause
2 Independent Clauses joined by FANBOYS
Compound Sentence
Complex Sentence
1 Independent Clause and at least 1 Dependent Clause
Compound-Complex Sentence
2 Independent Clauses and 1 Dependent Clause
8 terms
Style, tone and register
Style is the choice of ...
Tone describes the writer's or speaker…
Register is the ...
The tone of formal writing or speaking…
tone, grammar and narrative techniques
general mood, feeling or attitude.
choice of words, style and grammar.
respectful, neutral.
Style is the choice of ...
tone, grammar and narrative techniques
Tone describes the writer's or speaker…
general mood, feeling or attitude.
14 terms
Style, Tone, and Irony
Author arranges words to achieve effect.
Sexuality from a women's point of view
Writer's choice of words
Minimalism
Style
Minot's focus
Diction
"Popular Mechanic's" style
Author arranges words to achieve effect.
Style
Sexuality from a women's point of view
Minot's focus
10 terms
Mood, Tone, and Style
tone
style
author's craft
mood
the feelings the author has towards the subject he/she is wri…
the author's craft and way of putting his/her personality int…
the writer's voice
the atmosphere of the story that the author wants YOU to feel
tone
the feelings the author has towards the subject he/she is wri…
style
the author's craft and way of putting his/her personality int…
10 terms
Mood, tone, and style
Mood
Tone
Style
Authors craft
Mood
Tone
139 terms
Style and Tone Words
suggests
implies
sheds light
clarifies
bring to mind
expresses or states indirectly
Insight
make or become clear
suggests
bring to mind
implies
expresses or states indirectly
40 terms
style tone english vocab
extracted
enshrine
epochs
amplitude
remove or take out
preserve (a right, tradition, or idea) in a form that ensures…
a period of time in history or a person's life, typically one…
the maximum extent of a vibration
extracted
remove or take out
enshrine
preserve (a right, tradition, or idea) in a form that ensures…
13 terms
Describing style, tone and register
to create a certain atmosphere by using
colloquial/ informal language
vulgar
objective/ impersonal/ formal style
eine besondere Stimmung hervorufen durch den Einsatz von
Umgangssprache
geschmacklos, vulgär
neutraler, objektiver, neutraler Stil
to create a certain atmosphere by using
eine besondere Stimmung hervorufen durch den Einsatz von
colloquial/ informal language
Umgangssprache
12 terms
Style, mood, tone
communicate
interpret
style
illustrate
To make known; to give or exchange information
Explain the meaning of
A basic and distinctive mode of expression.
to explain or make clear using examples, charts, or graphs
communicate
To make known; to give or exchange information
interpret
Explain the meaning of
44 terms
APLangLBHS Style/Tone
Ambivalence
Cynicism
Irony
Lyrical
ambivalence is present when a person has contradictory attitu…
found in literature when doubt and dissatisfaction concerning…
a rhetorical device in which the author conveys a meaning opp…
writing, such as poetry, which has musical qualities.
Ambivalence
ambivalence is present when a person has contradictory attitu…
Cynicism
found in literature when doubt and dissatisfaction concerning…
8 terms
Style and Tone of Speak
Point of view
Narrator
First-person Narrator
Third-person Narrator
the perspective from which a story is told
The invented speaker of the story
a speaker who participates in the story they tell
a speaker who does not participate in the story they tell
Point of view
the perspective from which a story is told
Narrator
The invented speaker of the story
15 terms
Style, Tone, and Mood
Style
Examples of Style
Tone
Examples of Tone
Informal v.s. Formal
Letter = formal, Texting to a Friend = Informal
Simply the authors attitude
The tone is anonymous
Style
Informal v.s. Formal
Examples of Style
Letter = formal, Texting to a Friend = Informal
13 terms
Style of Writing & Tone
King Lear
Having this day my horse
Tintern Abbey
Kubla Khan
Writing Style: Blank verse. Every second syllable is stressed…
Writing Style: It's a sonnet, between star lover and a star.…
Writing Style: Blank Verse, which is unrhymed iambic pentamet…
Writing Style: "Rhyming Iambic Meter". The poem is made up of…
King Lear
Writing Style: Blank verse. Every second syllable is stressed…
Having this day my horse
Writing Style: It's a sonnet, between star lover and a star.…
13 terms
Describing style, tone and register
to create a certain atmosphere by using
colloquial/ informal language
vulgar
objective/ impersonal/ formal style
eine besondere Stimmung hervorufen durch den Einsatz von
Umgangssprache
geschmacklos, vulgär
neutraler, objektiver, neutraler Stil
to create a certain atmosphere by using
eine besondere Stimmung hervorufen durch den Einsatz von
colloquial/ informal language
Umgangssprache
20 terms
Josue Vocab tone/style
Ambiguous
Archaic
Austere
Banal
Having two or more possible meanings
In the style of an earlier period
Stern, strict, frugal, unadorned
Pointless, uninterested
Ambiguous
Having two or more possible meanings
Archaic
In the style of an earlier period
49 terms
Analysis of language style and tone
the author / narrator employs
to capture the reader's attention
to appeal to his/her target group (of…
to appeal to a broad audience of readers
he/she makes use of
to attract the reader's attention
1. to talk to them directly and persuade them to take a certa…
to be appreciated by readers from very different backgrounds,…
the author / narrator employs
he/she makes use of
to capture the reader's attention
to attract the reader's attention
10 terms
Style / Tone words
Laconic
Pedantic
Callow
Surreptitious
Using very few words
big display of knowing obscure facts and details
Inexperienced and immature
Kept secret, especially because it wouldn't be approved of
Laconic
Using very few words
Pedantic
big display of knowing obscure facts and details
85 terms
Tone/Style Words
bombastic
colloquial
connotative
cultured
overblown, pompous, pretentious
conversational, using an informal style
beyond definition
refined
bombastic
overblown, pompous, pretentious
colloquial
conversational, using an informal style
20 terms
tone/style vocab
Ambiguous
Anecdotal
Archaic
Austere
Having two or more possible meanings
Involving short narratives of interesting events
In the style of an earlier period
Stem, Strict, Frugal, Unadorned
Ambiguous
Having two or more possible meanings
Anecdotal
Involving short narratives of interesting events
86 terms
Tone/Style Words
bombastic
colloquial
connotative
cultured
overblown, pompous, pretentious
using an informal style
beyond definition
refined
bombastic
overblown, pompous, pretentious
colloquial
using an informal style
20 terms
Tone & Style Words
Licentious
Querulous
Lugubrious
Insouciant
Lack of moral restraint
Complaining, fretful
Mournful, dismul
Nonchalant, light hearted
Licentious
Lack of moral restraint
Querulous
Complaining, fretful
20 terms
Tone & Style Vocab Words
licentious
querulous
lugubrious
insouciant
lacking moral restraint
quarrelsome
mournful
nonchalant
licentious
lacking moral restraint
querulous
quarrelsome
Tone & Style Words
licentious
querulous
lugubrious
insouciant
lack moral restraints, do whatever you want
quarrelsome, complaining, fretful (whiny) (complaining in a w…
rather mournful, dismal (depressing, dreary)
non-chalant, not stressing out about things (indifferent)
licentious
lack moral restraints, do whatever you want
querulous
quarrelsome, complaining, fretful (whiny) (complaining in a w…
20 terms
Tone & Style Vocab
Licentious
Querulous
Lugubrious
Insouciant
Lacking moral or legal restraints
complaining or whining
Mournful, dismal
Nonchalant, light- hearted
Licentious
Lacking moral or legal restraints
Querulous
complaining or whining
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