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Q: Leviathan was the name of Captain Nemo's ship. True False
A: False. The answer is The Nautilus.
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User: Leviathan was the name of Captain Nemo's ship. True False





Weegy: False. The answer is The Nautilus.
Expert answered|armom|Points 40|

User: Which of the following modes includes Gothic novels? Realism Naturalism Romanticism

Weegy: Romanticism
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User: Character and plot are _____. unimportant to one another generally written separately closely related to one another

Weegy: incidents
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User: which one?

Weegy: I cant understand your question. Is it fill in the blanks or what r u giving?
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User: character and plot are? then i give you the answers to pick from

Weegy: Rate This Answer: Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Thanks! * 0 Comments The plot of a character is the main story surrounding that particular character.
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User: thumbs down lol

Weegy: Plot and Character are two crucial elements to literature and writing.
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User: The question "What does the writer say?" is answered through _____. interpretation analysis evaluation

Weegy: Lolz. Your question has no meaning dear. Try to ask some questions and not only fill in the blanks to try me out
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User: these are off a test...

Weegy: But you should tell me about the passage man... Then how can i know the answer without any passage. Useless. Ask some questions
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User: lolzz... i dont got no passages either.

Weegy: are you giving me any options? Please write the question correctly lol
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User: i copy and paste it.

Weegy: analysis is ur answer man
Expert answered|armom|Points 40|

User: well thanks.. =)

Weegy: What u think of me xD... I am genius dude lolz
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User: hellzz yeah you need to help me with this dumb test lol.

Weegy: Okay i will be back after 15 minutes.. See you soon dude. Ask some other experts too :) Bye
Expert answered|armom|Points 40|

User: later.

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