Tone Analysis for the Prince of Tides (This essay talks about the peaceful yet remorseful attitude shown by the author in the story.)
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In the excerpt, Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy, a boy explains how he gained respect for the land after killing the last eagle in the county. His story is wonderfully told, making the reader have a respect for the land, also. The narrator expresses his feelings of peacefulness and remorse in his work.
Conroy's diction displays his feelings of remorse and peacefulness. For example, "heat" is the pressure he was under after killing the eagle, yet at the time he hadn't realized the enormity of his mistake. The nervousness of being around his classmates after doing something that horrific,…
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