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# John Cleland, best known for his novel Fanny Hill, is becomi

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John Cleland, best known for his novel Fanny Hill, is becomi [#permalink]  20 Jun 2019, 05:04
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John Cleland, best known for his novel Fanny Hill, is becoming the Vivaldi of eighteenth-century literature in that his cult is promoted by people who do not much care for the period as a whole and who cheerfully ignore the work of its greatest masters.

It can be inferred that the author of the passage above believes which of the following?

(A) Cleland was more esteemed as a writer in his own time than he is in ours.
(B) Few people know much about the period in which Cleland wrote.
(C) Most eighteenth-century novels deserve more attention than Fanny Hill.
(D) The cult of Vivaldi has developed more recently than that of Cleland.
(E) Vivaldi was not one of the greatest masters of his time.
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Re: John Cleland, best known for his novel Fanny Hill, is becomi [#permalink]  04 Jul 2019, 08:11
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Re: John Cleland, best known for his novel Fanny Hill, is becomi [#permalink]  04 Jul 2019, 09:23
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John Cleland, best known for his novel Fanny Hill, is becoming the Vivaldi of eighteenth-century literature in that his cult is promoted by people who do not much care for the period as a whole and who cheerfully ignore the work of its greatest masters.

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