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In contrast to realism, naturalism in literature A. ignores the influence of romanticism. B. portrays life exactly as it is, without ornamentation. C. uses scientific observation to explain the human condition. D. takes the viewpoint that unaffected nature is the only true reality.
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In contrast to realism, naturalism in literature uses scientific observation to explain the human condition.
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In contrast to realism, naturalism in literature uses scientific observation to explain the human condition.
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