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27 May 2004, 21:50
i think it's A.

i don't know how to explain for CR questions.. these choices are really tough to explain..
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27 May 2004, 23:31
I will go with C
The passage mentions realistic method developed from primitive beginning as permanent gain ...
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28 May 2004, 05:07
I think A is the answer. It says the revolution "deemphasized" realistic representation as the arts touchstone. In my opinion C is not right as it is too extreme: the revolution did not repudiate realism; lots of artists out there are realists.
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28 May 2004, 05:52
I did not know the meaning of repudiated , so looked up the dictionary.

repudiated - To refuse to recognize

I believe C is the answer.
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28 May 2004, 06:13
I'm with C on this one. The conclusion says: It is one of the permanent gains [...] that we are rid of this type of aesthetics. Now, that is pretty strong a statement to repudiate traditional art of the 19th century. A) is not strong enough as "deemphasization" would mean a shift of the criteria to evaluate traditional art to something else while clearly there is no such shift. The stem is plainly about getting rid of such artforms which C better expresses
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28 May 2004, 06:50
A it is. ob you are the person. I was also for C.
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