25. Dickens, and other writers of his time, wrote serially. The serial form of writing is:
a. a series of novels which follow the same storyline equivalent to a trilogy or series today.
b. weekly or monthly instalments in a magazine.
c. a number of novels, not connected by storyline, written by the same author.
d. the method by which author’s leave a “trademark” of sorts in each of the novels, distinguishing it as his/her own.