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All authors, who actually produce well written stories and novels, tend to have one thing in common: the way that they describe and characterize each character. The diction and tone that they incorporate into the work assists in producing characters with extreme qualities, both good and bad. Two such characters are known as Beowulf and Gilgamesh. These two beings possess similar qualities but are expressed by the author in extremely different tones
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It is still vibrant and contains words of that tone.
Authors of all novels use tone and diction to describe characters and their actions. Gilgamesh and Beowulf were both extremely strong and confident, yet they were each different because of the way that their individual author described them. Tones and diction tend to vary from novel to novel even when there are many similarities involved. Gilgamesh and Beowulf are two such epics where this occurs.