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19 July, 09:10

Which is the most correct comparison?

A. Both Slaughter and Child agree that classic literature is full of suspense.

B. Both Slaughter and Child use a hungry family analogy.

C. While Slaughter agrees with Child on revealing information slowly, she also feels character development is important.

D. While Slaughter agrees with Child on his simple formula for creating suspense, she withholds information longer.

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  1. 19 July, 10:51
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    C). While Slaughter agrees with Child on revealing information slowly, she also feels character development is important.

    Explanation:

    As per the question, option C i. e. 'While Slaughter agrees with Child on revealing information slowly, she also feels character development is important' displays the most appropriate comparison as it rightly compares the significant aspect of the two ideas which imply that how both are similar to each other.

    Firstly, the author 'agrees with the revelation of information gradually' while presents a similar idea adding to the previous by stating that 'character development is also significant'. Thus, this assists in establishing a logical comparison between the two similar ideas and gives the conclusion that 'character development is important but the child should reveal the information gradually'. Hence, option C is the correct answer.
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