This view is obviously wrong. In his famous novel, "Rhetoric of Novels," American novel theorist, Booth, said that the "direct non-mediated argument" and the argument from the characters in the work should be negated, but the role of the argument can not be underestimated. To this end, he put forward the so-called dramatic argument (that is, the characters in the novel on the events, the character's comments), implicit argument (that is, in the works between the lines reveal the author's opinion), the symbolic argument (that is, some details And scenes as a special kind of argument, it is also an implied argument) and so on argument, and pointed out that: all kinds of arguments are to improve readers' experience of the special elements of a book experience service, "It is precisely the great novel that comes from the feeling and evaluation that an implied writer has." Read more.

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