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the gunner. The word nightmare alone next to things associated with death forces the reader to feel asense of dread. The fear of death is forced upon the audience. 5 “When I died they washed me out of the turret with a hose.”DepressingThe author describes the way the gunner was remembered, the way he was “burried” what remained of him after death was DepressionThe audience begin to feel sad so much so it feelslike a heavy block is weighing them down all of a sudden. Up to this point the audience
simply washed away. was on the ride with the gunner, they felt the fear and anxiety the gunner had as he was operating, the audience felt the dread, hoplessesnes, anddespair as the ball turret was being attacked. Then it isrevealed to the audience that the war must go on, and the loss of life is almost meaningless. How do tone and mood contribute to the poem’s theme? Answer the question in one complete paragraph. Your paragraph should have at least 8-10 sentences. Begin with a strong topic sentence that includes the author and title of the work. The body sentences should be strong supporting details that include textual evidence from the poem along with commentary about that evidence. The conclusion should refocus the reader on the topic by tying the evidence and commentary back to the topic sentence.For a long time authors have been using tone and mood to contribute to the overall theme, or meaning, of their works. Authors skillfully, and with a surgeons percision, add different words and phrases in spefic ways to set a tone for their work. They also do this