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Suppose you've just read a romance novel that has stock characters and a happily-ever-after ending. What kind of literature were you probably reading? A. Escapist literature B. Informational literature C. Interpretive literature D. Universal literature
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User: Suppose you've just read a romance novel that has stock characters and a happily-ever-after ending. What kind of literature were you probably reading? A. Escapist literature B. Informational literature C. Interpretive literature D. Universal literature

Weegy: If you've just read a romance novel that has stock characters and a happily-ever-after ending, you were probably reading: Escapist literature.
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User: Because Bernice changes during the course of "Bernice Bobs Her Hair," she's said to be a _______ character. A. one-dimensional B. symbolic C. static D. dynamic

Weegy: Because Bernice changes during the course of "Bernice Bobs Her Hair," she's said to be a dynamic character.
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