Critical Reading

Hi, I need help with this question:
When evaluating an author's success in accomplishing his purpose, ask yourself _____.
a) if you agree with his point of view
b)if he is using denotative or connotative meanings
c)if he has clearly explained and supported the subject
It's either A or C. I'm leaning towards C but I'm still unsure.

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  1. The author can accomplish her purpose of educating the readers, even if they don't all agree with her.

    The best answer is C.

  2. Wow, you're quick. Thanks a bunch, I appreciate it. Awesome website.

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