Answer: D) thinks that using images of war to sell commercial products is distasteful.
Explanation: The tone of a story, poem, or text in general is the author's or speaker's attitude towards the audience, the subject or even the characters of the text. There are many different kinds of tones, like positive, negative, objective, subjective, happy, angry, sad, etc. In the given excerpt from Robert Lowell's poem "For the Union Dead", the speaker's tone suggests that he thinks that using images of war to sell commercial products (in this case the Mosler Safe "the Rock of Ages") is distasteful.
I don't know who Jessica is, but all characters in a story are either dynamic or static. A static character is one who doesn't undergo any significant change in character, personality or perspective over the course of a story. A dynamic character, in contrast, undergoes a major transition in one or more of these ways.