D is the answer, because it is the only accurate answer involving nonfiction writers.
thats very wrong the answer is A duhh
the answer is A
I think A is the Answer.
gg, moaee, nyny, and gabby are all the same person. This cretin and buffoon, is also lying about the answer being A. Lalavava Astronomonov is, however, correct. the answer is indeed the fourth of the multiple choices given. Writers of nonfiction have no need to express passionate opinion. in fact, it is better if opinion is left out of non-fiction literature, seeing as to the fact, that opinion is often times what leads to misinformation, and lack of realistic knowledge. On the other hand, Nonfiction writers are not at all "free to move about in time and space" especially, because should any of their writings be about the future (part of time) it would be mere speculation. just as should it be through space, seeing that no man can be everywhere at once. and no man has been anywhere near far enough out in space for a non-fiction writer to "knowingly" say anything of any "meaning" in regard to that.
Regarding the difference between fiction and nonfiction, which statement is most accurate?
A. Nonfiction writers are more often free to move about in time and space.
B. Writers of nonfiction have no need to express passionate opinion.
C. Literary fiction does little except inform and specify.
D. Nonfiction writers are free to embellish the facts.
The correct answer is in fact A! Look at your Penn Foster Study guide page 127 the very first paragraph. While I did not think this answer actually makes sense, it is what Penn Foster is looking for. (The Real Answers...ahem, JERK)