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45 sec. D is best
A) This is not true. The stem says if X then Y. A says if Y then X. Y could actually be for other reasons than X such as because of the author's stylistic's preference.
B) Masterpieces ARE intertextual so this is not possible
C) totally out of scope
E) cannot be infered. All we know is facts about masterpieces and how their being "intertextual" affects their representativeness
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D.

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Masterpiece -> Intertextual -> Not mirror of social reality.

Basically, if a writing is a masterpiece it is (most likely) intertextual, and hence clouded as a mirror of social reality.
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D is the choice.

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D is the answer.

I didn't realize the image size is so big. sorry for that.
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