Answer the Following Question. Why Do Novels Use Vernacular? - Social Science

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Answer the following question.
Why do novels use vernacular?

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Solution

The novel uses the vernacular, the language that is spoken by common people. By coming closer to the different spoken languages of the people, the novel produces the sense of a shared world between diverse people in a nation. Novels also draw from different styles of language.

Concept: Novels, Society and History - Early Novels in Nineteenth Century India
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