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Q: Why does the following in-text citation only use a page number at the end? In Hawthornes Rappaccinis Daughter, the reader is introduced to a world of ambiguity that is simultaneously beautiful and
tragic: It was not love, although her rich beauty was a madness to him . . . but a wild offspring of both love an horror that . . . burned like one and shivered like the other (399). A. Only a page number is used because the author is not mentioned in the text. B. Only a page number is used because the author is mentioned in the text. C. Only a page number is used because the page number is the only requirement when doing in-text citations. D. Only a page number is used because in-text citations should be kept as short and concise as possible.
A: D. Only a page number is used because in-text citations should be kept as short and concise as possible.
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