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5 August, 09:20

What should a narrative writer avoid in his/her writing? A.) Providing transitions for shifts in topic, mood, and time. B.) Including as many details as possible. C.) Moving the narrative at a steady pace. D.) Ordering events in a way that builds toward the climax.

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  1. 5 August, 11:14
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    I personally would say C) because it's not necessary to move a narrative writer at a steady pace at all times.
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