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Structure is: A) the way an author chooses to format his paragraphs and line spacing. B) the method a writer might use to organize her ideas before writing. C) the textual element that is not affected by an author's purpose or audience. D) is the way ideas are organized and presented in a text.

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  1. anonymous
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    Please help.

  3. anonymous
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    D I believe

  4. anonymous
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    Structure of a literature depends on what KIND of literature it is. But all-in-all, the structure of literature can be described as the organizational method of the written material. So your answer is B, the method a writer might use to organize her ideas before writing.

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    Thank you. (:

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