Available at: <http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20180503-our-fi ction-
-addiction-why-humans-need-stories>. Retrieved on: 3 May 2018.
The sentence in which the boldfaced item expresses advice is
- A “Today, we may not gather around the camp fire, but the average adult is still thought to spend at least 6% of the waking day engrossed in fictional stories on our various screens.” (lines 7-10)
- B “Evolutionary theory can also shed light on the staples of romantic fiction” (lines 63-64)
- C “The ‘dads’ might be the better choice for the long-term security and protection of your children” (lines 66-67)
- D “McEwan argues we should celebrate these evolved tendencies as the very source of fiction’s power to cross the continents and the centuries.” (lines 98-100)
- E “It would not be possible to enjoy literature from a time remote from our own…” (lines 101-102)