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Serious Prose Scripts?

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The form of language which uses an ordinary or natural flow, and grammatical structure is called a prose. This is used instead of rhythmic structure that is often seen used in poetry. There are many different types of prose, including heroic prose, nonfictional prose, or alliterative prose. A few choices for serious prose scripts may include Nineteen Minutes, written by Jodi Picoult, or the story Rain, by W. Somerset Maugham. You could also choose a part of a larger work, either found in written works, or a segment from a script of a movie or television program.
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