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Critic: To be a literary classic a book must reveal something

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17 Feb 2019, 06:33
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Critic: To be a literary classic a book must reveal something significant about the human condition. Furthermore, nothing that is unworthy of serious study reveals anything significant about the human condition.

If the critic's statements are true, which one of the following must also be true?

(A) Any book worthy of serious study is a literary classic.

(B) A book is a literary classic only if it is worthy of serious study.

(C) There are no literary classics worthy of serious study.

(D) Some books worthy of serious study do not reveal anything significant about the human condition.

(E) Some books that reveal something significant about the human condition are not literary classics
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Re: Critic: To be a literary classic a book must reveal something  [#permalink]

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17 Feb 2019, 07:19
akanshaxo wrote:
Critic: To be a literary classic a book must reveal something significant about the human condition. Furthermore, nothing that is unworthy of serious study reveals anything significant about the human condition.

If the critic's statements are true, which one of the following must also be true?

(A) Any book worthy of serious study is a literary classic.

(B) A book is a literary classic only if it is worthy of serious study.

(C) There are no literary classics worthy of serious study.

(D) Some books worthy of serious study do not reveal anything significant about the human condition.

(E) Some books that reveal something significant about the human condition are not literary classics

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