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Where did neoclassical literature derives its name? A. It marks a return to themes inspired by the Ancients. B. It relies on newly invented styles and structures. C. It came to be considered the foundation of British literature. D. It emulated classical styles, but focused on contemporary social themes.
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User: Where did neoclassical literature derives its name? A. It marks a return to themes inspired by the Ancients. B. It relies on newly invented styles and structures. C. It came to be considered the foundation of British literature. D. It emulated classical styles, but focused on contemporary social themes.

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User: What was one result of the Enlightenment? A. There was a rise in religiously themed poetry and prose. B. There evolved a literary movement celebrating Earth and nature. C. There were new inventions that created economic opportunities. D. There was increased economic disparity between the wealthy and working classes.

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There was a rise in religiously themed poetry and prose was one result of the Enlightenment.
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