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Q: Every paragraph in a critique should _____. focus on an aspect of the theme mention the protagonist be centered around one main idea
A: Every paragraph in a critique should focus on an aspect of the theme mentioned, mention the protagonist and be centered around one main idea. All of the above.
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User: Every paragraph in a critique should?

User: Every paragraph in a critique should?

User: soo it should??

User: Every paragraph in a critique should _____. focus on an aspect of the theme mention the protagonist be centered around one main idea

Weegy: Every paragraph in a critique should focus on an aspect of the theme mentioned, mention the protagonist and be centered around one main idea. All of the above.
BambiDextrous|Points 369|

User: Every paragraph in a critique should _____. focus on an aspect of the theme mention the protagonist be centered around one main idea but which the most?

Weegy: Every paragraph in a critique should focus on an aspect of the theme mentioned, mention the protagonist and be centered around one main idea. All of the above.
BambiDextrous|Points 369|

User: The surprise ending is a figure of speech. True False

Weegy: True
theresearcher|Points 2086|

User: The social customs of the time play a part in the story of "The Necklace." True False

Weegy: False
Greenpepper|Points 2802|

User: A critic should always tell his readers the details of the plot. True False

Weegy: False. A critic should just be giving his or her opinion rather than the details of the plot. If a critic is planning on giving away some details they should let their readers know that it has spoilers in it before giving them away.
smckee0174|Points 451|

User: A critic should read a story more than once in order to write about it. True False

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