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Rather than portraying Joseph II as a radical reformer whose reign was strikingly (i) _______ the play Amadeus depicts him as (ii) __________ thinker, too wedded to orthodox theories of musical composition to appreciate an artist of Mozart's genius.




Blank (i) Blank (ii)
(A) dissipated (D) a revolutionary
(B) enlightened (E) an iconoclastic
(C) placid (F) a doctrinaire


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B and F
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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Re: Rather than portraying Joseph II as a radical reformer whose [#permalink] New post 01 Oct 2017, 09:31
Let's start from blank ii. This blank needs something that is synonym to being wedded to orthodox theories. Thus, the choice is F, "doctrinate". Indeed, the other two choices mean exactly the opposite.

Then, blank i is easier to be filled. We need a quality for a radical reformer that is in contrast with being doctrinate. Thus, the answer is B, "enlightened".
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Let's start from blank ii. This blank needs something that is synonym to being wedded to orthodox theories. Thus, the choice is F, "doctrinate". Indeed, the other two choices mean exactly the opposite.

Then, blank i is easier to be filled. We need a quality for a radical reformer that is in contrast with being doctrinate. Thus, the answer is B, "enlightened".
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