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What is an omniscient narrator

What is an example of direct characterization

What would be a good topic sentence for an illustration paragraph

Which of the following would be a good topic sentence for a process paragraph paragraph

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A reader who's invested and emotionally involved in the story

With which statement would the author most likely agree

What is a parable about forgiveness

What is a short story that illustrates a general truth about human nature using animals as characters

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Literature and Language

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What is the difference of a story teller and a narrator

What is piecewise smooth function

How is the narrator free by the end of the story

Who narrates The Yellow Wallpaper

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Q: Comment on John Dryden's use of allusions and metaphors in his MacFlecknoe?
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