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This invokes feelings of sadness in the reader.

consider this, this brings about the emotion of.... in the reader.

This further elucidates (disconsolate,sad,melancholic) emotions to the reader

This connotes a sense of (melancholy sorrowful) feelings for the reader

this results in the reader experiencing...

This creates a sad atmosphere

This moves the reader

The reader is compelled...

The reader is therefore made to feel sad

This generates a sadness in the reader

This causes a sadness in the reader 

etc...

You could say that:

The writer is trying to infer that...

The reader deduces from this that...

The use of the (metaphor/repetition/syntax etc.) demonstrates/ establishes/ highlights/ reinforces that...

It is also a good idea to consider the various interpretations of different readers, as they will differ depending on their social and historical context. As such, you could say:

A female reader in the 19th Century may respond to this by feeling...

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You could write, "This creates a feeling of sadness in the reader",  "The extract induces sadness in the reader", or "The reader experiences a feeling of sadness during this extract". 

This causes the reader to feel sad

It gives the reader sense of disappointing .

"This is induces effect x on the reader"

"This causes the reader to..."

"This provokes the reader to believe/think/feel..."

"This induces a positive effect on the reader"

"This provokes the reader to feel..."


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giving the reader, leads the reader (all could imply makes the reader feel) 

How about

"the reader is saddened by this"

Hi bellam! You could say "The reader feels sad as a result" "The effect on the reader is one of sorrow". Hope this helps!

Instead of writing 'this makes the reader' you can write 'this lets the reader'

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