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In what way did the illiteracy of the Anglo-Saxon period affect literature? A. Stories with six words became popular. B. People shared stories using the spoken word. C. Intricate, rhyming poetry was written and memorized. D. People made up symbols to use when writing stories.
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The illiteracy of the Anglo-Saxon period affected literature in that: People shared stories using the spoken word.
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The illiteracy of the Anglo-Saxon period affected literature in that: People shared stories using the spoken word.

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