Generally Speaking Novels Have

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Generally speaking, novels have

A. single themes.

B. no resolutions.

C. limited characters.

D. multiple settings.


D. multiple settings.

Generally speaking, novels have multiple settings.

For example, a novel might have a primary setting of a small town in the midwest and a secondary setting of New York City. A story’s settings can be very important to the overall mood and tone of the story. For instance, if a book takes place during The Great Depression, that will likely have an effect on the characters and plot.

Settings can also help to create suspense or tension in a story. For instance, if a character is being chased by someone with murderous intent, the setting could be changed from daylight to nighttime, or from an open field to a dark forest. These changes would increase the suspense and fear for the character being chased.

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