Colonel_funkadunk wrote:PeanutsNJam wrote:Colonel_funkadunk wrote:PeanutsNJam wrote:You bitches need to answer my legitimate LSAT question thread instead of derping around in here
Dafuq you talking about, I didn't see no damn question from you
PT 61 RC
#10: The question asks which reaction is most analogous to "the great embarrassment of the critics". Answer choice C is TCR, but I don't see how that situation is embarrassing. However, answer choice D would indeed result in the literary critics having their foot in their mouths. Why is C right and D wrong?
I looked at the question again, and it seems to be vague regarding whether it's referring to the "reaction" of the critics mentioned in line 13, or referring to the reaction of the "critics" mentioned in line 13. I.E. which answer choice is most analogous to the embarrassment mentioned in line 13, or which answer choice is most analogous to the general reaction of the critics who were mentioned in line 13.
I need HALP.
Alright pnj fyi I hated that question n it's been awhile since 61. But here's where I tjink the issue lies.
In passage, if I i Rememeber correct, they are embarrassed bc they find out what they think is an original is done by someone else.
In C, they praise the famous restaurants food but then find out it's not the famous chef cooking it. So they think one chef is whippin up the goods then find out its not The one they praisin
In D, I think it'd be more correct if they found out it was actually a differnt author writing the book rather than the same author with differnt views than they agree with. D could bring about embarrassment but not analogous embarrassment.
Idk if this helps
QFNP since on topic
Also eta I think my main issue w c is they don't make it clear they are "praising the chef"