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English, 08.11.2019 12:31, Jennifer312332

If a poem is being recreated as a sculpture, what would most likely be different...

If a poem is being recreated as a sculpture, what would most likely be different in the new medium?

a. a sculpted character's physical appearance would be exaggerated.
b. the artist's perspective would be more difficult to understand.
c. the mood of the story or scene would become more serious.
d. the audience's understanding of a sculpted character would be based solely on one moment in his or her life.
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