Wells creates an aesthetic impact on the reader by A) describing the scene factually to create a sense of detachment i

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Wells creates an aesthetic impact on the reader by
A) describing the scene factually to create a sense of detachment in the reader.
B)moving from longer to shorter sentences to create excitement in the reader. C)establishing a peaceful mood to make the text more pleasing to the reader. D)creating a lecturing tone to make the text more comfortable for the reader.

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2022-04-25T00:19:19+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Autumn
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    2022-04-25T00:21:03+00:00

    Answer:

    b.

    Explanation:

  2. Melanie
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    2022-04-25T00:21:05+00:00

    Answer:

    Actually the best answer to this question, based on the fact that this question comes with an accompanying excerpt that shows how Wells creates aesthetic impact on the reader, would be: B) Moving from longer to shorter sentences to create excitement in the reader.

    Explanation:

    “The War of the Worlds” is a science fiction novel that was written by H.G Wells and which was published in 1897. The story narrates the events that take place in England, and Earth, when there is an invasion by Martians, from the point of view of an unnamed narrator.

    In the book there is a specific excerpt, that makes part of this question, in which we can clearly see how Wells goes from using long, explanatory sentences, into much shorter ones and when you start reading those parts you can start getting a sense of excitement, just as the narrator is getting that sense as he shortly, and with much more speed, relates the events that are taking place. This masterful move of Wells really impacts the reader, who gets a sense of excitement so great from the flow of long to short sentences, that he wishes to continue reading to find out what happens next. This is why the best answer is B, and not any of the other choices.

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