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In addition to characterization and plot, dialogue can also reveal __________. A. asides B. setting C. antagonists D. reader’s bias
In addition to characterization and plot, dialogue can also reveal setting.
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The central conflict in “The Scarlet Ibis” comes from the narrator’s inability to accept __________. A. his brother’s limitations B. his own weaknesses C. his family responsibilities D. his parents’ values
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Dialogue can reveal all of the following EXCEPT: A. plot B. setting C. characterization D. author’s birthplace
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In fiction, a symbol can be described as __________. A. a mood or emotion a story evokes B. an object that stands for something other than itself C. a comparison between two unlike objects D. a story that can be understood on more than one level
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All of the following are purposes of dialogue in a text EXCEPT: A. highlighting setting B. revealing character traits C. identifying important parts of the story D. showing or advancing conflict and plot
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All of the following are purposes of dialogue in a text EXCEPT: highlighting setting.
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From the relationship of the two brothers, a reader who identifies with the characters could __________. A. learn how to tease a sibling B. learn how to lie to his mother C. learn how to teach someone to walk D. learn to appreciate a sibling
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