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Writing that includes descriptive details only helps a reader get an understanding of the author's emotional connections to that person, place, or thing

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Michael A. | Patient Math Tutor-Algebra thru Calculus/ASVAB-AFOQT-TEAS-ACT-SAT-SOLPatient Math Tutor-Algebra thru Calculus...
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I would say false. It is quite possible that the author has zero emotional connection to the person, place, or thing. Descriptive details can help paint a picture of the setting of a literary piece, they may aid in character development, or they may be used to convey an idea.