Read this excerpt from Canto I of Dante's Infern

Read this excerpt from Canto I of Dante’s Inferno, in which Dante and Virgil read the inscription on the gate of Hell:”All Hope Abandon, You Who Enter Here”: These words in dim color I beheldInscribed on the lintel of an archway.”Master,” I said, “this saying’s hard for me.” Which sentence best explains Dante’s intended use of imagery in this passage? A. By referring to Virgil as “Master,” Dante shows that their relationship is not equal. B. Just as a normal “archway” provides support, this one holds up the kingdom of heaven. C. The “dim color” suggests that the archway is secluded from the light of heaven. D. Dante’s words, “this saying’s hard for me,” indicates his fear of proceeding any further.
Think its C but im not sure
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