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A good plot gives a novel _____. --characters --setting --sense of order
A sense of order.
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User: A good plot gives a novel _____. --characters --setting --sense of order

Weegy: A sense of order.
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User: The ordering of events in a novel is _____. --artificial --natural --real

Weegy: characters
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User: The ordering of events in a novel is _____. --artificial --natural --real

Weegy: artificial
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User: Incidents in a novel must be _____. --planned --taken from life --tragic

Weegy: planned. please rate my answers!
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User: Effective incidents spring naturally from ____. --plot --character --setting

Weegy: character
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User: An author can draw a character in one of _____. --two ways --four ways --three ways

Weegy: two
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User: Mood is established by _____. --plot --landscape or setting --setting and plot

Weegy: setting and plot
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User: The old man was _____. --short and fat --thin and gaunt --short and thin

Weegy: thin and gaunt
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User: The old man lived in a _____. --boat --mansion --shack

Weegy: shack
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User: Characterization refers to an author's presentation of _____. --the place and time in which the story takes place --the deeper meaning of the story --the people participating in the story

Weegy: the people participating
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User: An analogy is a comparison of two things in order to show ways in which they are -- different or --alike

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