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Which statement best describes the difference between the aesthetic appeal of the two versions of The War of the Worlds? The written text relies on vivid description; the radio adaptation uses description and soothing narration. The written text relies on vivid description; the radio adaptation uses frenzied dialogue and sound effects. The written text relies on narration; the radio adaptation uses an upbeat tone and characterization. The written text relies on narration; the radio adaptation uses setting details and research.

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The statement best describes the difference between the aesthetic appeal of the two versions of The War of the Worlds is that "The written text relies on narration; the radio adaptation uses an upbeat tone and characterization." Thank you for posting your question here at brainly. I hope the answer will help you. Feel free to ask more questions here.

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