Read the following passage and answer the (three) items that follow:
The artificial ways of inducing sleep are legion, and are only alike in their ineffectuality. In Lavengro there is an impossible character, a victim of insomnia, who finds that a volume of Word worth’s poems is the only sure soporific, but that was Borrow’s Malice. The famous old plan of counting sheep jumping over a stile has never served a turn. I have herded imaginary sheep until they insisted on turning themselves into white bears or blue pigs and I defy any reasonable man to fall asleep while mustering a herd of stupid swine.
According to the author, the character in Lavengro-
Resorts to external aids to get some sleep
Is an admirer of Wordsworth
Spends sleepless nights reading Wordsworth
Is an avid reader of poetry
The correct option is B Is an avid reader of poetry
According to the author, the character in Lavengro is an avid reader of poetry.