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Q: Increased leisure time has helped popularize nonfiction as a source of information. True False
A: True.
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User: Increased leisure time has helped popularize nonfiction as a source of information. True False

Weegy: True.
stan_r|Points 1382|

User: Emerson and Thoreau were nineteenth-century ______. diarists novelists writers of expository prose

Weegy: The answer is writers of expository prose
BDR12|Points 185|

User: Clarity, unity, and conciseness are the three general characteristics of propaganda. True False

Weegy: False.
bdhouston|Points 782|

User: Figurative language is used chiefly in expository persuasion. True False

Weegy: true
mjane25|Points 746|

User: Nonfiction writing discusses that which is factual. True False

User: This French writer first used the term essai to describe his nonfiction writing. Bacon Thoreau Montaigne

Weegy: Montaigne
thewolf010|Points 1160|

User: The earliest written dramas that have survived to today come from ______. England Greece Rome

Weegy: The earliest written dramas that have survived to today come from Rome.
sipichapie|Points 4830|

User: The opening material that introduces the characters and situation of a play is the ______. dialogue action conflict exposition

User: Early Roman drama was religious in nature. True False

User: Morality plays are based on the lives of the saints. True False

User: William Shakespeare was a famous playwright of the Middle Ages. True False

Weegy: William Shakespeare lived from 1564 to 1616. The Middle Ages occurred during 500 AD to 1400 AD, well before Shakespeare's time. If you are satisfied with my answer, please click 'Good' on the ratings.
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User: The two lovers of Our Town are ______. Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs the doctor and Emily Bessie and Howie Emily and George

Weegy: Our Town was first performed at McCarter Theater in Princeton, New Jersey on January 22, 1938.
Expert answered|ritaswanski|Points 0|

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