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An author of detictive novel is most lkely to use figurative language to

A. Entertain the reader.
B. help the reader visualize a character.
C. suggest hidden meanings.
D. mislead the reader.

Answer is "B"

  • Eng B -

    B. would apply to any kind of novel.

    This question is specifically about detective novels.

  • Eng B -

    Ok, thank you

    Well it's "C" suggest hidden meanings

  • Eng B -

    I agree. Although it could be D. I read a lot of mystery novels and the authors usually try to mislead the reader into drawing the wrong conclusions.

  • Eng B -

    IT IS NOT " C. suggest hidden meanings."
    THAT ANSWER IS WRONG!

  • Eng B -

    D. is wrong I just took the exam

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