The Scarlet Ibis Mood Analysis

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In The Scarlet Ibis written by Jame Hurst, he creates the tone and mood to draw all the readers in and makes them feel the same way as the characters or setting of the story is. In the first this place that can change at any point, throughout any situation. The narrator, which is the brother of his younger brother Doodle is flashing back on his regretful past. The narrator is putting a vision in the reader 's head about this quote in the beginning of the story to have the reader visualize where and what type of story this is taken place at. “I was in the clove of the season, summer was dead but autumn had not yet been born.”(157). This quote created a vision of a regular, dull day, so far. Not the mention the previous evidence used tone to help
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