Tone vs. The interactive on slide 2 pulls out specific word choices the Muir made when writing his essay. We will be reading a poem next! That something would be drinking.
Just seconds before that he was describing the city as, "sordid colonies" and "chicken houses. I get that the character is saying that "Many a poor body has been lost in that [weird], cold, dreary bog and never been found.
They may not be the same type of "bad" but they are both ungoodplus for you. Sickly and oily, the "Victory" Gin was the only alcohol the outer-party could get. Take a look at both, and decide which worksheet is the one that will help you analyze the essay the most.
But the pauses between the notes—ah, that is where the art resides.
Writers can write a character's dialect into the dialogue. ONE of them will be submitted into the dropbox on slide 7.
It may provoke some of the readers to think about the Pharaohs of Egypt's tyrannical rule over their people. What's special about it?
In all of these cases, there is some freedom of self-expression while adapting to the audience.