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what is a direct performative aspect? (as in poetry or drama)

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  1. I've never heard that term before -- and when I looked it up on google.com, all I got were all the assignments that use the term, but no definition.

    The only thing I can think of is that people (or a person) can pick up the poem or play and begin performing/reading.

    ?????

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  2. I've never heard this term either. I found the same information from Google that Writeacher did.

    I wonder why Axia makes up obscure terms for its classes.

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