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_____________ is a general term that refers to the way an author uses language. a. Style c. Diction b. Syntax d. Mood
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User: _____________ is a general term that refers to the way an author uses language. a. Style c. Diction b. Syntax d. Mood

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User: Themes can usually be applied to ____________________. a. one story c. many situations in literature and in real life b. literary contexts only d. historical contexts only

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