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1. In poetry and fiction, the main reason for using vivid words is to A. explain an idea. B. create a mental image. C. keep the reader guessing. D. illustrate the writer's bias.
B. create a mental image.
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User: 1. In poetry and fiction, the main reason for using vivid words is to A. explain an idea. B. create a mental image. C. keep the reader guessing. D. illustrate the writer's bias.





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