let's discuss the dramatic device used in the story.

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let's discuss the dramatic device used in the story.

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while I was reading through chapter 15, I noticed the use of the dramatic device "aside", when the journalist Sterling Paige was discussing with the senator, on his view of the event. share the ones you discovered while reading, let's make it fun

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I dont understand your question.What do you actually mean by dramatic device?
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What do you mean when you say Dramatic device 'aside'?

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Kishor Rao wrote:
25 Nov 2018, 00:55
What do you mean when you say Dramatic device 'aside'?
Asides are when the characters address the audience directly. It is like breaking the fourth wall.
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Can't remember such instances since it's been a while since I read this book. But, if I read it again, I'll remember to check if there are such instances.

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I dont remember any asides either...

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I didn't really notice any 'asides' when I was reading the book. To me, it felt just like the third person. What 'asides' did you come across? (I may have completely missed them! XD)

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