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  1. A
    one or more

    B
    five

    C
    ten

    D
    half a dozen from different genders

    Explanation: Not available 

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  2. A
    the shadows that lurk in the back of a character's mind

    B
    the clues in the narrative that give an indication of or pre-empt the future plot or story

    C
    the tying up of all loose ends at the end of the story

    D
    the rebels in a gothic horror story

    E
    None of these

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  3. A
    Same as non-fiction

    B
    Fiction with some fact

    C
    Non-fiction writing that uses creative techniques often associated with fiction writing

    D
    Half fact, half fiction, in certain agreed ratios

    E
    a and c

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  4. A
    The story of a real historical event or person

    B
    A story that is set in a faraway, fairy-tale land

    C
    A story set in the future from which we can better understand the present

    D
    A story that carries deeper meaning, often offering a symbolic interpretation of mankind, nature, and the wider world in a universal context

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  5. A
    The premise, the pause and the demise

    B
    The run-up, the walk-on and the run-off

    C
    The leap, the steady and the fall

    D
    The exposition, the middle section and the denouement

    Explanation: Not available 

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  6. A
    Most of the story's effect should be below the surface and conveyed by relatively fewer words on the page.

    B
    More words should be used on the page, with the effect on the reader being reduced.

    C
    Stories should be cold and always have selfish characters.

    D
    All of these

    Explanation: Not available 

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  7. A
    1-5

    B
    1-10

    C
    1-100

    D
    1-200

    E
    None of the these: the number of clients can vary a great deal.

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  8. A
    the fundamental and usually universal concept expressed through the story

    B
    the protagonist

    C
    the hurried dialogue between two characters that expresses frustration or unhappiness

    D
    the antagonist

    E
    a character who calls attention, by contrast, to the good qualities or traits of the protagonist or other characters

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