PT 43, RC, NUMBER 21

mj23
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PT 43, RC, NUMBER 21

Postby mj23 » Tue May 03, 2011 9:30 pm

I can see why its A, but I don't understand what eliminates C and D.
Any help would be appreciated.

Chong
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Re: PT 43, RC, NUMBER 21

Postby Chong » Mon May 09, 2011 9:01 pm

Hi, I am not big on RC sections, and I will, honestly, cross out A in this case.:p

And I don't know why C is incorrect.

But as for D, I think line 49-55 is the reason for not choosing it.In line 52, "legitimate additional insights and understandings continue to emerge years after an ostensibly definitive interpretation ... has been articulated" , that refers to "when the subtleties of the work's social -historical context are not available" in choice D. And since the author called the understandings "legitimate", "A literary work from the past can rarely be read properly" in choice D is not a correct description.

Chong
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Re: PT 43, RC, NUMBER 21

Postby Chong » Tue May 10, 2011 12:35 am

I read it a second time, and I think the answer is in line 27-32. Choice A says if the author has intended a meaning, the critics would have found it, which is I think what line 27-32 says; choice C says if the author has not intended a meaning, the critics would not have found it, which is the wrong negation.




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