Reading and Interpreting Non Prose Forms?

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Reading and interpreting non-prose texts is when you read text that is not flowing. A good example of such text would be the text that is on graphs. Another good example would be tables.
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Reading and interpreting non-prose texts is when you read text that is not flowing. A good example of such text would be the text that is on graphs. Another good ...
Non-prose would be all types of poetic forms. To interpret non-prose forms, look for both the actual truth and the emotional truth of the work. When reading them ...
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