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What mood did the author create at the beginning of The Johnstown Flood story?

A. joyful


B. peaceful


C. tense


D. angry

I read it, but Im confused on how to identify the mood...

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  1. Are you asking about the book by David McCullough?

    I haven't read it.

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  2. Yes

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  3. Okay so this story seems like a sad story so that would rule out A and B. So if the author is angry it will describe and try to blame something that the author feels strongly about.

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