The Literary Tone of Charlotte's Web Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

The Literary Tone of Charlotte's Web
An analysis of the literary tone used in the novel "Charlotte's Web" to convey a message to the reader.
# 86906 | 1,350 words | 4 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in English (Analysis) , Literature (World) , Communication (General)


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Description:

This paper discusses tone in literature, specifically in the novel "Charlotte's Web". The writer contends that tone in literature can be considered as the author's expression of the story much like a person's tone of voice when speaking and that it is the tone that is used to relay the message of the story. The paper suggests and describes many expressions of tone, such as comical, lighthearted, angry, thoughtful, or very matter-of-fact and without implied emotion.

From the Paper:

"Tone in literature can be considered as the author's expression of the story - much like a person's tone of voice when speaking - it is the tone in literature that the author uses to relay the message, or the attitude that the reader perceives from reading the book (Stauffer; Lukens). This tone can be expressed in a variety of ways. It can be comical, lighthearted, angry, thoughtful, or very matter-of-fact and without implied emotion."

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