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Similarly, a dominant mood is thrust upon a reader in Beowulf.
These moods which are conveyed aid the author in conveying ideas to a
In Waiting for Godot, Beckett uses many pauses, silences, and ellipses
(three dots (...) used to create a break in speech) to express a feeling of
waiting and unsureness...
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There is a twofold purpose behind this technique.
For one, it shows that Vladimir and Estragon, the two main characters who
are waiting for Godot, are unsure of why they are waiting for him. This
also foreshadows that they will be waiting a very long time.
In some cases in literature, an idea can only be conveyed properly if
those on the receiving end of the idea are able to experience the feelings
that a character is experiencing in the work...
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