C: It conveys real information but uses elements from fiction.
It tells a personal story with a consistent narrator
The book Notes of a Native Son written by James Baldwin is a non-fiction book, constituted of ten personal essays. The book is an autobiographical because it depicts the real stories about Baldwin's life. And because of the literary techniques used to describe the real events, the author uses these techniques in storytelling. The correct answer is D.
The correct answer is D.
Literary nonfiction refers to a prose that employs the literary techniques usually associated with fiction or poetry to describe real events.
James Baldwin's "Notes of a Native Son" is a book that collects ten of Baldwin's essays, in which he tells relal events of his personal life and his opinion on the subject of slavery and African Americans living in the United States.
The correct option is C.
The novel, 'The Note of a a Native Son was a non fictional work, this is because the author actually wrote about an event that is real, an event that really happened. A fictional work refers to a story that is a result of the author's imagination, that is, the story did not occur in real life, the author only imagines it. Then novel, 'The Notes of a Native Son is a story that convey real information although it made use of elements of story telling.