What statement below BEST compares these two accounts of life in London during the plague?
A. The worries of Daniel Defoe's fictional character closely resemble the real-life concerns about ...
... business and health that were recorded by Samuel Pepys in his diary.
B. Neither account adequately summarizes the internal conflicts faced by men of means during the plague, in part because of their lack of direct exposure to its effects upon the city.
C. Defoe's fictional narrator relates events from a first-person perspective, allowing the reader greater insight into his characters' thoughts and feelings than Pepys does in his diary.
D. While both characters face a crisis in these passages, only the real-life Samuel Pepys depicts the internal struggles related to business and health that characterized Londoners during the plague.
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