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Which of the following is a reason that an author would use description in a literary work? I. to characterize someone in the literary work II. to foreshadow upcoming events in a literary work III. to help the readers form images in their minds I only II and III III only I, II, and III
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User: Which of the following is a reason that an author would use description in a literary work? I. to characterize someone in the literary work II. to foreshadow upcoming events in a literary work III. to help the readers form images in their minds I only II and III III only I, II, and III

Weegy: the reasons that an author would use description in a literary work are I. to characterize someone in the literary work II. to foreshadow upcoming events in a literary work and III. [ to help the readers so the answers are I, II,III ]
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User: Which statement is true of travel narratives and traditional fiction narratives? Setting is descriptive in travel narratives but plain in traditional fiction narratives. Point of view is important in travel narratives but unimportant in traditional fiction narratives. Travel narratives are always longer than traditional fiction narratives. Characters are less important in travel narratives than in traditional fiction narratives.

Weegy: Answer: Setting is descriptive in travel narratives but plain in traditional fiction narratives. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Travel_literature ]
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User: Who is the narrator of Gulliver’s Travels? Richard Sympson Mary Burton Gulliver Lemuel Gulliver Jonathan Swift

Weegy: Lemuel Gulliver is the narrator of Gulliver’s Travels.
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The true statement about travel narratives and traditional fiction narratives is: Characters are less important in travel narratives than in traditional fiction narratives.

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