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In American Indian art, the supposed distinction

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In American Indian art, the supposed distinction [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2016, 05:53
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15. In American Indian art, the supposed distinction between modern and traditional was fabricated by critics, and when artists have control over interpretation of their own work, the distinction appears, happily, to have been ________.

A eliminated
B reinforced
C put to rest
D intensified
E recognized
F established

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
eliminated (Choice A) and put to rest (Choice C)


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Re: In American Indian art, the supposed distinction [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2016, 05:53
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Explanation

By characterizing the distinction as “supposed” and “fabricated,” the sentence indicates that the distinction has no basis in reality. Accordingly, when the sentence reports a happy outcome, this must mean that the distinction has been abandoned or rejected. Only “eliminated” and “put to rest” convey that sense; all the other answer choices suggest that the distinction is maintained, or even strengthened.

Thus, the correct answer is eliminated (Choice A) and put to rest (Choice C).
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Re: In American Indian art, the supposed distinction [#permalink] New post 21 Jan 2018, 03:31
this was easy still i wasn't able to get it
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Re: In American Indian art, the supposed distinction [#permalink] New post 21 Jan 2018, 08:38
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