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The Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature is a magazine that reviews and critiques other magazines. True False
Most readers are like me. Most people don?t want to spend the first 50 pages trying to get into a book. Here are a few things I find annoying in the first lines of a story: Dialogue. [ [ Nice somewhere on the first or second page, but not in the first line. We won?t know who?s speaking or why we should care. Excessive description. Some description is good, but not when it?s long
winded. Skip the purple prose and opt for something more powerful. Irrelevant information. The first few lines of your story are crucial, so give your reader only important information. Introducing too many characters. I don?t like to be bombarded with the names of too many characters at once. How are we supposed to keep them straight when we don?t know who?s who? ] ]
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User: All of the following information would most likely appear in which of the resources below? name of article, title of magazine, page number, issue date, volume number, name of author, general subject category encyclopedia dictionary periodical index computer catalog

User: The Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature is a magazine that reviews and critiques other magazines. True False

Weegy: Most readers are like me. Most people don?t want to spend the first 50 pages trying to get into a book. Here are a few things I find annoying in the first lines of a story: Dialogue. [ [ Nice somewhere on the first or second page, but not in the first line. We won?t know who?s speaking or why we should care. Excessive description. Some description is good, but not when it?s long winded. Skip the purple prose and opt for something more powerful. Irrelevant information. The first few lines of your story are crucial, so give your reader only important information. Introducing too many characters. I don?t like to be bombarded with the names of too many characters at once. How are we supposed to keep them straight when we don?t know who?s who? ] ]
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User: New careers emerge in response to which of the following? desire to improve work conditions improve product/service performance environmental factors all of the above

Weegy: New careers emerge in response to all of the above
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