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In his comedies, Shakespeare is well known for A. an unusual use of Middle English. B. revealing great heroes as common fools. C. the device of mistaken identity. D. fatally flawed characters.
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User: In his comedies, Shakespeare is well known for A. an unusual use of Middle English. B. revealing great heroes as common fools. C. the device of mistaken identity. D. fatally flawed characters.

Weegy: In his comedies, Shakespeare is well known for the device of mistaken identity.
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User: The words and phrases a poet chooses to use are referred to as A. diction. B. meter. C. structure. D. theme.

Weegy: The words and phrases a poet chooses to use are referred to as: DICTION.
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User: Which statement about a novel's theme is correct? A. It focuses on the novel's time and place. B. It doesn't usually reflect the author's main point. C. It's often more varied and bigger than in shorter writings. D. It's usually made up of rising and falling action.

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The statement about a novel's theme is correct:It's often more varied and bigger than in shorter writings.

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