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How do authors use confidante characters? A. To let the audience keep track of who the major character is B. To provide a major character with a best friend in order to let the audience hear true
feelings C. To show a contrast to a major character in order to enhance some quality about him or her D. To show a similarity to a major character in order to enhance some quality about him or her
authors use confidante characters B. To provide a major character with a best friend in order to let the audience hear true feelings.
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