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Do stories like the Viking sagas make good sources for historical information?

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Stories like the Viking sagas can provide valuable insights into the culture, customs, and beliefs of the Viking Age. However, they must be approached with caut
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How do you start a Gothic horror story?

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The same way you start every other story — plant your butt in a chair and start writing instead of procrastinating on WikiAnswers! Start where the action start
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Why do authors include dialogue in their writing?

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Dialogue is simply the conversation between people. You use it because it’s more interesting than just reading a description. Look at this example: Bob told Rac
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What is a good name for a character in a horror story?

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When your writing a dream in a story should you put it in italics?

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It depends on what sort of story you’re writing. It maybe be helpful to but a dream sequence in italics, just as you might place a character’s thoughts in itali
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What is the difference between a physical and a conceptual paragraph?

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According to Louis Trimble, download anime sub indo, animexin, anichin (kazesub.id) author of the textbook English for Science and Technology, a conceptual paragraph …consists of all the information chosen by the w
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How do the first paragraphs of the story create tension?

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Clipart - National ID CardThe narrator explains what he wants, which makes the reader want to know whether he will get it. We don’t answer questions from printed/copyrighted materials.