English, 18.11.2022 18:13 lilybrok04

Once upon a time in a land over the sea, there lived a girl named Samantha. She was a pretty girl with a good heart,
Though her cruel stepmother did everything in her power
to make her miserable, Samantha always hoped she would
one day meet a kind man and live a happy life.
Which best explains why an author would include this passage as part of the
exposition of a story?Once upon a time in a land over the sea, there lived a girl named Samantha. She was a pretty girl wi

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