Read the excerpt from "The Revolt of Mother." “Look here, father, I want to know what the men are diggin’ over in the field for, an’ I’m goin’ to know.” “I wish you’d go into the house, mother, an’ tend to your own affairs,” the old man said then. He ran his words together, and his speech was almost as inarticulate as a growl. Which best describes how the use of dialogue reflects the author’s style? It is exaggerated and cartoonish. It is layered with complex underlying meanings. It is authentic to the characters and setting of the story. It modernizes the characters and setting of the story.

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I believe its D. "It modernizes the characters and setting of the story."

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