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What, according to Carl Jung, is the source of our common experience. Literature Our dreams Poetry Reference books 3 points QUESTION 4 Why are archetypal characters important in our understanding of literature? Their presence in literature prevents readers from randomly assigning personal meaning to the characters. Their recurrence across time and cultures provides one of the most important means by which we experience and understand literature. Their absence helps readers to distinguish great literature from literature of a lesser quality. Their

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    I think the first one might be B, but I'm not completely sure..

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