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19. Which element would NOT be considered part of an author’s style? (1 point) dialogue setting facts tone
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Weegy: In ''The Youngest Doll' Rosario Ferre, portrays women loosening the constraints that have bound them to a patriarchal culture. [ Anger takes creative rather than polemical form in ten stories that started Ferr? on her way to becoming a leading woman writer in Latin America. ............. ] User: http://openstudy.com/updates/50d1476ee4b0118610498d95 Weegy: What might have been Ferre's main purpose in writing “The Youngest Doll” to show the value of making dolls to point out lack of respect .... [ as mentioned in an article, ' Her (Ferre's) characters attempt to break free from the social strictures created by male dominated, capitalist society. '..... ] (More)
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