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Q: An image represents _____. symbolic understanding, the experience of the senses, both symbols and senses,
A: picture.
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User: Character can be portrayed by direct exposition. True or False

User: The reviewer of a book review must _____. summarize, retell, evaluate,

User: An image represents _____. symbolic understanding, the experience of the senses, both symbols and senses,

Weegy: picture.
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User: A metaphor is _____. a comparison using "like" or "as", a flag, a figure of speech,

Weegy: Answer is a figure of speech.
samn|Points 780|

User: Which of the following is a type of novel in which plot and character hold less importance than episodes? novel of incident, novel of sentiment, picaresque novel, psychological novel, sociological novel, novel of manners,

User: The event that brought Eppie to Silas in Silas Marner was _____. a new job, the death of her mother, her husband's new job,

Weegy: The answer is the death of her mother.
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User: Plagiarism in an essay is viewed as a major offense. True or False

User: How does Raveloe compare with your idea of what a community should be?

User: An image is _____. literal and symbolic. concrete. literal and concrete.

Weegy: literal and symbolic concrete
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User: How should literature be judged?

User: Almost everyone agrees that the first English novel was Don Quixote. True or False

Weegy: True
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User: Hanging indents are _____. used when a parenthetical citation takes up more than one line, used when a works cited entry takes up more than one line, used for a works cited entry as an option for the writer,

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