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Re: Nietzsche wrote the rough draft of ―The Case of Wagner in Turin, durin [#permalink]
Doesn’t that we can infer from the sentence of the last paragraph below

....and that however many Christian elements may be discovered in Wagnerian texts, Nietzsche had no right to raise aesthetic objections because he happened to entertain the extraordinary view that these Christian elements had also found their way into Wagnerian music.
To both of these views there is but one reply—they are absolutely false...
- Nietzsche had right to “raise aesthetic objections”(criticize) to these Christian elements which discovered in “Wagnerian texts”

hence ,doesn’t that (C) could be correct?
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Re: Nietzsche wrote the rough draft of ―The Case of Wagner in Turin, durin [#permalink]
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Can someone please tell me the difficulty level of questions?
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VBudhew wrote:
Solved 3/3 correctly in 8 min.
Can someone please tell me the difficulty level of questions?


Question #1: 700
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