Read this passage from “The Black Cat”:The officers bade me accompany them in their search. They left no nook or corner unexplored. At length, for the third or fourth time, they descended into the cellar. I quivered not in a muscle. My heart beat calmly as that of one who slumbers in innocence. I walked the cellar from end to end. I folded my arms upon my bosom, and roamed easily to and fro. The police were thoroughly satisfied and prepared to depart.What effect does Poe’s use of short sentences have on the pacing of this passage? A.It creates the effect of time passing quickly in the story. B.It allows the reader a chance to review events in the story. C.It establishes a slow buildup to the climax of the story. D.It causes the reader to question the accuracy of the narrator’s version of events.