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Atmosphere - From Anne of Avonlea by L M Montgomery In this short passage from Anne of Avonlea Montogomery sets a soothing atmosphere that is about

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From Anne of Avonlea by L. M. Montgomery In this short passage from “Anne of Avonlea”, Montogomery sets a soothing atmosphere that is about to end. In the first sentence, “August” suggests that summer is about to be over; the rest of the sentence describes the relaxing setting of the short passage using vivid words- “blue hazes scarfing the harvest slopes… a dancing splendor of red poppies out flaming… dark coppice of young firs…” Montogomery uses the worlds “the cherry orchard was fitter for dreams of dead languages” to end the first sentence; the words “dead languages” contribute to the mood of the passage. These words sets the mood for a relaxing
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Chodorow during the Spring '11 term at UCSD.

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