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What is the stream of consciousness writing technique? A. A work of literature that uses images of flowing rivers, streams, and lakes. B. It is the same as the third-person point of view C. The traditional plot and structure the author uses to keep the flow of ideas. D. Is the non-traditional form of writing in which the reader gets to directly see a characters’ flow of thoughts.

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  1. anonymous
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    @yesseniam1

  2. yesseniam1
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    Oh man, i dont know. Im sorry. Try someone else. :(

  3. anonymous
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    aight

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    The "stream of consciousness" writing technique is a narrative form of writing that expresses the myriad of thoughts and emotions that go through the mind. So, I think the answer is most likely "C".

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    D is correct..

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