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User: What literary tradition immediately preceded the novel tradition? short story romance fable

Weegy: romance
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User: Silas was compared to a spider many times throughout the book. True False

Weegy: False. Silas is compared to an apparition both when he shows up at the Rainbow and the Red House. To be outside the community is to be something unnatural, even otherworldly.
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User: The plot of a novel is _____. a random series of events an actual series of events an artificial ordering of events

Weegy: a random series of events
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User: The question "Was what the author said worthwhile?" is a question of _____. interpretation analysis evaluation

Weegy: B.analysis
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User: Works cited entries are listed _____. alphabetically by the first item in the order they are used in the essay alphabetically by type of source

Weegy: C.alphabetically by type of source
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User: Score: The question "How does the author say what he says" is a question of _____. interpretation analysis evaluation

Weegy: The question "How does the author say what he says" is a question of interpretation.
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