[ANSWER] Which two sentences best define mood in literature?
A. The attitude of a writer toward the audience
B. The atmosphere that the writer creates
C. The emotions that a literary work evokes
D. The attitude of a writer toward the subject
E. The interpretation of themes by the reader
The atmosphere that the writer creates or emotions that a literary work evokes. It is an item that contributes to certain feelings for the audience through tone, setting, diction, or theme. Also, it can be said to be the feeling the reader experiences in the literary work.
B. The atmosphere that the writer creates. Literature works usually use various stylistic devices that are important in creating multiple poems’ effects. The words of the poet create such an effect, and such an effect is mood. The mood created can either be a somber mood, a happy one, or a happy mood.