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If you were a highly educated and wealthy person living in eighteenth-century England, you would probably choose to read _____. prose fiction rather than poetry poetry rather than prose
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Weegy: ... historical fiction has certain common elements. Historical fiction ... Fiction & Poetry; Write Historical Fiction; Elements ... Historical fiction must have a ... [ ]
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