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When does a writer often reveal an implied universal theme in a story?


a. at the resolution of the story, as the reader discovers how the story ends


b. at the same time that the action of the story begins


c. in the middle of the story, but before the reader can predict the outcome


d. before the action of the story, when the writer is describing the

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