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What is the final step in the writing process? A. drafting B. revising C. editing D. publishing
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User: What is the final step in the writing process? A. drafting B. revising C. editing D. publishing

Weegy: D. publishing. Publishing is when you put your paper in final copy form for others to read.
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User: At what point is it helpful to take a break, then return to the essay with fresh eyes? A. Between deciding on a topic and writing the thesis B. Between writing the first draft and revising C. Between prewriting and drafting D. Between editing and publishing

Weegy: c ) revising. At the revising stage of the writing process the writer looks at the writing from the audience's point of view.
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User: At what point during the process of writing a literary analysis would you identify the literature? A. while drafting the body of the paper B. after you have written the rough draft C. before you write the thesis D. during the revision process

User: What part of the essay establishes the analysis that will occur? A. the summary B. the evidence C. the thesis D. the conclusion

User: Which of the following is NOT a component of the analytical essay? A. It begins with a short summary. B. It focuses on a single, life-altering event. C. It identifies the subject to be analyzed. D. It includes a clear thesis statement.

Weegy: A. It begins with a short summary.
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