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Melville, Poe, and Hawthorne are considered romantic writers. True False
True, Melville, Poe, and Hawthorne are considered romantic writers.
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User: The romantics demonstrate a deep interest in nature. True False

User: Melville, Poe, and Hawthorne are considered romantic writers. True False

Weegy: True, Melville, Poe, and Hawthorne are considered romantic writers.
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User: Impressionism is a highly personal way of writing. True False

Weegy: True. Impressionism is a highly personal way of writing.
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User: Realism finds mysterious relationships between things. True False

Weegy: False
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User: Expressionism wants to make the inner experiment of man objective. True False

Weegy: True. Expressionism wants to make the inner experience of the person objective.
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User: Modernism refers to a period that took place between 1850-1900 in America. True False

Weegy: True. Modernism refers to a period that took place between 1850 and 1900 in America.
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User: Naturalist writers share a set of fairly specific philosophical assumptions True False

Weegy: true
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User: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea is a biography. True False

Weegy: Are you asking me to write an essay for you?
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User: is twenty thousand leagues under the sea a Biography? true or false

Weegy: Are you asking me to write an essay for you?
cdfan76|Points 1064|

User: no im not asking you to write an essay. im asking you it Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea a Biography?

Weegy: No,it is not a biography.
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