Last explanation I will ever need - PT61, LR Q6 - Handel

bartleby
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Last explanation I will ever need - PT61, LR Q6 - Handel

Postby bartleby » Fri Dec 10, 2010 4:17 pm

I got the correct answer but remember spending a lot of time on it. I just think the right answer is more like a must be true rather than expressing the main point.

Can someone explain this question? It is literally the last request for an LSAT explanation I will ever ask for.

lparker
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Re: Last explanation I will ever need - PT61, LR Q6 - Handel

Postby lparker » Fri Dec 10, 2010 4:34 pm

A. Wrong because argument states disproportion between text and music not nesessarily disporportionate amount of music.
B. Wrong because argument does not address accessibility to audiences.
C. Correct because the argument talks about the critics who say the text and music is disproportiante but then goes on to assert that the critcism can be refuted--or in other words, undeserved.
D. Wrong because argument says repetition serves vital function therefore it wouldn't be unnecessary.
E. Wrong because it goes too far. We only know about one criticism.




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