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Many naturalistic writers were influenced by Darwin's theory of evolution and believed _____ and social environment contributed greatly to a person's overall character
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User: Many naturalistic writers were influenced by Darwin's theory of evolution and believed _____ and social environment contributed greatly to a person's overall character

Weegy: Many naturalistic writers were influenced by Darwin's theory of evolution and believed "heredity" and social environment contributed greatly to a person's overall character.
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User: Which movement incorporated elements of Darwin's theory of evolution

Weegy: Naturalism incorporated elements of Darwin's theory of evolution.
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User: Which term is used as an exclamation of outrage in The Stronger


User: Which principle of naturalism suggests that a play's setting and performance should avoid melodrama and focus on one plot arc?

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The word "fie" is used as an exclamation of outrage in The Stronger.

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"Faire simple" is the principle of naturalism that suggests that a play's setting and performance should avoid melodrama and focus on one plot arc.
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Facts that support a claim are known as
Weegy: A supporting claim is any argument that, if accepted, will make it easier to prove the primary claim. Sometimes, this involves making a distinct argument that only helps to prepare an audience. [ More often, it involves establishing a piece of fact (also see evidence) or advocating for a judgment of value. ] (More)
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Facts that support a claim are known as evidence.
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The link between a writer's claim and the evidence he or she provides to support those claims is known as
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The link between a writer's claim and the evidence he or she provides to support those claims is known as argument.
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