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31. Which literary movement reflects local color, uses detailed descriptions of the setting, and creates authentic characters? a. Flash fiction b. Regionalism c. Naturalism d. Romanticism
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User: 31. Which literary movement reflects local color, uses detailed descriptions of the setting, and creates authentic characters? a. Flash fiction b. Regionalism c. Naturalism d. Romanticism

Weegy: C
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User: 33. How does a metaphor emphasize the attributes of a subject? a. By adding defining information b. By comparing it to another thing c. By describing its literal appearance d. By foreshadowing the subject’s fate

Weegy: a.b. By comparing it to another thing
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