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Which principle can help you infer an author's beliefs or perspectives?

  • Question 2b of 10 - Beliefs, Perspectives, and Assumptions

  • Maximum Attempts: 1
  • Question Type: Multiple Choice
  • Maximum Score: 1
  • Question: Which principle can help you infer an author's beliefs or perspectives?
  • Answers:
  1. Most authors will state their beliefs, perspectives, and assumptions near the beginning or end of a work of fiction.
  2. Most authors are highly likely to write a work that contradicts their own values and beliefs.
  3. The narrator typically possesses the exact beliefs, perspectives, and assumptions as the author.
  4. An author is unlikely to write a work that contradicts his or her own values and beliefs.

The correct answer is: An author is unlikely to write a work that contradicts his or her own values and beliefs.

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