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What is dialogue? A. an analysis of the plot B. a description of setting C. a conversation between characters D. an explanation of the author's purpose
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User: What is dialogue? A. an analysis of the plot B. a description of setting C. a conversation between characters D. an explanation of the author's purpose

Weegy: Dialogue is: a conversation between characters.


User: What does the dialogue in this excerpt reveal about Mr. White? A. Mr. White is scared of the monkey’s paw. B. Mr. White is intrigued by the monkey’s paw. C. Mr. White wants the monkey’s paw to be destroyed. D. Mr. White remains indifferent about the monkey’s paw.

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