Answer: D. Writers usually wrote prose that was precise, effortless, and witty.
Neoclassical literature was a style of literature that existed between 1660 and 1800. This literature type was composed mostly between the 17th century and the 18th century. The time period at the time was counter mined into three parts. They included the Roman emperor period, the restoration period and the age of Johnson.
Neoclassical authors sought to portray man’s flaws, while emphasizing on self-control, common sense, etc. They used devices like fables, sarcasm, parodies, essays, etc. to express man’s flawed nature. They tried to imitate the style of both the Greeks and Romans.