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Critics’ practice of making allusions to earlier work when r

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Critics’ practice of making allusions to earlier work when reviewing a new piece is detrimental to the person reading the review prior to seeing the piece, as any (i) ________ viewpoint the reader already holds toward the referenced earlier piece will inevitably (ii) _________ the opinion of the unseen piece, potentially not allowing for (iii) ________ viewing of the new piece.




Blank (i) Blank (ii)Blank (iii)
(A) established (D) rebuke (G) biased
(B) culpable (E) skew(H) impartial
(C) thermic (F) complete(I) enjoyable


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A,E,H
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Re: Critics’ practice of making allusions to earlier work when r [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2018, 12:48
Established, skew and impartial
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