Who declares, “When a writer calls his work a Romance, it need hardly be observed that he wishes to proclaim a certain latitude. . . which he would not have felt entitled to assume had he professed to be writing a novel.”?

A. Nathaniel Hawthorne
B. Henry James
C. John Updike
D. None of these

A. Nathaniel Hawthorne

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