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In the following narrative passage, which line is most like an aside in a dramatic work? I was walking with Kira in the evening, and that was when she asked me the question I was avoiding. "Hey," she said, "do you want to go to that new superhero movie?" There were crickets…and a deafening silence. Oh, how do I tell her I’ve already seen it with the guys without hurting her feelings! "Well, Kira, I’ve heard it’s not as good as the reviews make it out to be." I was relieved to see she bought that reason.

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