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what is the literacy term called when the mood of a novel matches the weather?


Isn't it sunny?


You might try this literary terms website:
http://web.cn.edu/kwheeler/lit_terms_M.html

Scroll down until you reach MOOD.

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    It's called "pathetic fallacy," and it was coined by John Ruskin.

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