# english

score/ score presents a fictional world, regulated by computers and other machines in which humans are noticeably absent. Though the main characters are actually two computers that converse, the story contains several details that create verismilitude.
Because computers are prevalent in our society, readers may find many ascepts of verismilitude in score/score. identify the details in the story that contribute to a sense of reality and explain how these details make the story plausible.

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1. Interesting assignment. What is your question?

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2. identify the details in the story that contribute to a sense of reality and explain how these details make the story plausible.

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3. I think that the points of view make the story seem believeable

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