The second text could be anything at all, so when you're reading, you'll need to use another trick to determine the author's tone.
Word choice plays a major part in the tone of a piece.
There were a number of moments from Sunday's episode that sparked major criticism of the show's writers, creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss. The Mad Queen has finally awoken.#Gameof Thrones pic.twitter.com/2O8ta7Bj JG— chi. At this point ı'm all for mad queen #Daenerys amount of pain she suffered in the last episodes was just heartbreaking to see. #Gameof Thrones pic.twitter.com/4UK3fnf7d L— Ori On Loves You 3000 Times (@Blac KKnigh TO) May 6, 2019 Sansa really doesn't want to see Dany sit upon the Iron Throne and is ready to spill whatever secrets necessary to prevent it from happening.
The first scene to get major backlash was Sansa telling The Hound that the rape and torture she endured from Ramsay Bolton only made her stronger, once again playing into a trope the show has struggled with for some time. After both she and Arya promised Jon they wouldn't tell anyone about his true identity as Aegon Targaryen, she did just that.
If you look at the examples given in the "What is Author's Tone" article, you'll see how very different an identical situation can be by just the words an author chooses to use.
Look at the following words and see how they reflect a different feeling, even though the words are similar in meaning.
The battle for the Iron Throne made its way to King's Landing on Sunday night's "Game of Thrones," where a few last-minute shockers set the stage for an all-out battle between Dany and Cersei's armies.
The 80-minute episode began with the fallout from the Battle of Winterfell, with the survivors all saying goodbye to those lost in the fight against the Night King.
Showing up at King's Landing, Cersei's brother tried to talk her out of fighting Dany by appealing to her maternal side.
"You've always loved your children more than yourself," he said. 😒#Dracarys #Gameof Thrones pic.twitter.com/uv6on4Rdq C— Mina (@Mina Swarez) May 6, 2019You're telling me they had TWO YEARS to put together a decent show and they couldn't even spot the goddamn Starbucks cup in Winterfell??!?!