Improving one's word consciousness allows a writer to skillfully use words to create the best tone, mood, and voice to convey meaning. User:
The four elements that define a writer's style are word choice, sentence structure, syntax, and
D. figurative language. Weegy:
The four elements that define a writer's style are word choice, sentence structure, syntax, and figurative language. User:
And the feeling of joy which she tried to suppress, the profound elation—the desire to jump for joy no matter the consequence—crept up slowly, uncontrollably, until she could no longer stand it.
What does the writer use to create “stops” for the reader?
A. short, clipped words
B. formal syntax
C. passive voice
A.Short, clipped words User:
Which author's style is marked by brevity, simplicity, and the use of personal experiences?
A. Mabel Taylor
B. Ernest Hemingway
C. William Shakespeare
D. Virginia Woolf
Ernest Hemingway's style is marked by brevity, simplicity, and the use of personal experiences. User:
Which statement below is true of an author's style?
A. An author's style is more effective as it becomes more complex.
B. An author's style is embodied in the private thoughts of the characters.
C. An author's style is often indistinguishable from the mood and tone of the text.
D. An author's style may change depending on the author's purpose and audience. Weegy:
An author's style may change depending on the author's purpose and audience is the true statement.
William Shakespeare's style is in part characterized by
B. complex figurative language.
C. stream-of-consciousness narration.
D. elaborate and unusual use of punctuation.
Which is an example of an author's decision to use figurative language?
A. The author writes in short sentences.
B. The author includes a metaphor.
C. The author writes in first person.
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