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What are the four modes of writing that a historian uses?

A. investigation, interviewing, collaboration, writing B. researchi...

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What are the four modes of writing that a historian uses?

A. investigation, interviewing, collaboration, writing B. researching, experimenting, graphing, writing C. writing, discussing, public speaking, publishing D. narrative, description, exposition, argument

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The four modes of writing that a historian uses would generally be "D. narrative, description, exposition, argument", since the historian usually works alone, although not always.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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