A description of the general tone, or, in other words, the author’s feelings toward the central character or the main event.
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Answered by jill d #170087
The author's tone is both gentle and direct. Esquivel does not mince words, but through the main character, we are apprised of the story's main events like she's an old friend joining us for a cup of coffee.
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