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The opening material that introduces the characters and situation of a play is the ______. dialogue action conflict exposition
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The opening material that introduces the characters and situation of a play is the: EXPOSITION.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote the very successful novel Uncle Tom's CabinMoby DickTypeeTom Sawyer in 1852.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin novel in 1852.
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The author considered the dominant personality in nineteenth-century American novels was ______. James Fenimore Cooper Nathaniel Hawthorne Sarah Orne Jewett Mark Twain
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The author considered the dominant personality in nineteenth-century American novels was Mark Twain.
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Modern Chivalry is an example of a historicalgothicpicaresquedomestic novel.
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Modern Chivalry is an example of a picaresque novel.
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Modern Chivalry is an example of a novel. It was the first American novel to portray life during the Revolutionary War era and was written by Hugh Henry Brackenridge in 1792.

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kamz777, you did not answer what kind of novel was the question referring to. Jeifunk already provided the answer.
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andrewpallarca, yes sorry for that. Thank you jeifunk.
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The Scarlet Letter was written by Herman Melville. True False
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The Scarlet Letter was written by Herman Melville. FALSE.
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