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The most common type of literary journalism is investigative features, which—like all literary journalism—include narrative elements.

Instructions:

Use the link above to access, read, and annotate Framed: She Was The PTA Mom Everyone Knew. Who Would Want to Harm Her?” by Christopher Goffard for L.A. Times.

List THREE narrative elements within the story, list at least THREE facts within the story, and list THREE underlying, or hidden aspects (also aspects of investigative features) of this story.


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