1. eQuestion 1:Woolf argues that readers can understand the writer‘s intent and personality through interpretation--- This is what we found from the understanding.
Could anyone please discuss 1 and 3
A: Correctly weakens the above- Hold.
B:This would strengthen Woolf‘s idea that individual readers can use their own experience to discover the author‘s original intent and personality.Opposite.
C:Even if this is true, it would still presumably be possible for individual writers to use their own experiences to figure out what the author was getting at. Out of Scope
D: While it is true that Woolf thinks that interpretation can close the gap between reader and writer, while it says that the writer has to directly confirm interpretations for them to be valid. it merely a claim that contradicts Woolf and does not give any meaningful support- Out of Scope.
E: Nothing to deal with the qualification of the reader. Out of scope
Correct Answer is A.Question 3:We get it from paraphrasing the main point from the second paragraph, Now lets look for assumption in the answer choice,
A:which simply restates the point that readers can figure out part of the author‘s personality. If it isn‘t true, the argument falls apart- So hold on.
B:. Woolf is arguing that the reader‘s perspective can be used to discover the perspective of the author; there‘s no discussion of compromise.Opposite
C:Woolf is arguing that the reader uses personal experiences, not standards, to interpret the text.Opposite.
D: If personal experiences are most necessary to understanding the author, then it would seem that intuition is more important than critical reasoning. Opposite
E: Must‘ is extreme language-Out of scope
So the Answer is A.
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