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User: The question "What does the writer say?" is a question of _____. interpretation analysis evaluation

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User: An intentional departure from a normal meaning of words is _____. an image a figure of speech a symbol

User: A book review is a form of _____. synopsis critical essay story

User: define exposition

Weegy: exposition: A comprehensive description and explanation of an idea or theory.
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