Why do novels use vernacular language?

A vernacular refers to the language spoken by an inhabiting people of a particular country or region.

All novels use vernacular because it is typically the native language, which helps them approach and appeal to common people. Hence, for common people it is easy and simple to understand. These novels creates the sense of shared world between the diverse people of the nation.

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