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According to Corse (1995), scholars have argued that the narrative tone of the typical American novel is that of A. hopelessness B. heroism and success C. survival and victimhood
D. None of the above
According to Corse (1995), scholars have argued that the narrative tone of the typical American novel is that of B. heroism and success
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