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THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO & THE THREE MUSKETEERS By: Alexandre Dumas
TONE Tone: a particular quality, way of sounding, modulation, or intonation of the voice as expressive of some meaning, feeling, spirit, etc. The Count of Monte Cristo: Detached tone (relating events as they happen, in the perspective of the reader) The Three Musketeers: Starts out lighthearted, ends uneasy (makes the reader feel emotionally connected with the characters)
Imagery Imagery: The use of vivid or figurative language to represent objects, actions, or ideas. The Count of Monte Cristo: Uses detailed imagery to describe the scenery as well as the characters which helps the reader understand the book. The Three Musketeers: Uses selective imagery, which puts emphasis on the important features and characters of the novel.
Voice Voice: The distinctive style or manner of expression of an author or of a character in a book The Count of Monte Cristo: Third person- focusing mostly on outward action and behavior rather than the psychological realities of the characters The Three Musketeers: Third Person Narrative- Gives descriptions of character actions and plot twists
Irony Irony: the use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning The Count of Monte Cristo: Edmond’s enemies try to make themselves happier by framing him, but in the end their betrayal leads to their own downfall and his success. The Three Musketeers: By killing the lover of d’Artagnan, Milady actually sets the grounds for her own death as d’Artagnan seeks his revenge.
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