het·ero·glos·sia noun \ˌhe-tə-rō-ˈglä-sē-ə, -ˈglȯ-\
: a diversity of voices, styles of discourse, or points of view in a literary work and especially a novel
Origin of HETEROGLOSSIA
New Latin, from heter-
+ Greek glōssa
First Known Use: 1988
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