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Which of the following statements about geographical context is FALSE? A. Geographical context can refer to the geographic background of the writer. B. Geographical context can refer to the setting of the story. C. Geographical context can refer to the geographic background of the characters. D. Geographical context can refer to the geographic background of the reader.
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Who is Tiamat? A. the old man who tells the story B. the god of the land C. the mother of the gods who resembles a dragon D. a great warrior who frees the other gods
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