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Which is true of a literary argument?
a. It should be impassioned in tone.
b. It must be made by literary critics.
c. It is a disagreement between two literary works.
d. None of the above
I am thinking the answer in D because a literary argument is making a claim and then supporting it with textual evidence.

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  1. Yes, D.

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