- Go to Socrative.com and enter our room number, 6867
- Open your copy of Cask of Amontillado.
Mood: The feeling a writer creates in a piece of literature. Calm, suspenseful, tense, happy, creepy, and lonely are all examples of moods writers can create. More about mood.
Theme: The main idea or meaning of a work of literature. Theme is different from subject or topic. A theme can be stated directly or indirectly. Themes often convey a universal message. More about theme.
Today we will work with Socrative to practice identifying mood and theme in Cask of Amontillado.