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In the 18th century who were the first English novels were Choose one answer. a. written by former poets such as William Wordsworth b. complicated mixtures of poetry, drama, and
prose c. read only by scholars and scientists d. long and often comical narratives
The answer is c. read only by scholars and scientists
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