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According to the text, one reason that the novel was not immediately accepted by literate society was that early novels were seeking working-class readers. true or false?
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User: According to the text, one reason that the novel was not immediately accepted by literate society was that early novels were seeking working-class readers. true or false?

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User: The historical novel relies on serious study of an historical period or event and builds its story around historical persons or events. true or false?

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