For a work to be rightly thought of as world literature, it must be received and interpreted within the writer's own ...

hannah93092 on May 25, 2018

(D) and (E)

Curious about question (D) - is this not the right answer because it discusses "influences", whereas the question discusses something being "received and interpreted"? I understand how to get to answer (E), but just wanted to make sure I'm ruling out (D) for the right reason. Thanks!

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hannah93092 on May 25, 2018

**Curious about ANSWER (D)

Anita on May 26, 2018

@hannah93092 D in this case is talking about how the work is influenced, not who it influences - it flips around the prompt. The prompt gives us guidelines on how the work should be received and interpreted, not how the author of the work was influenced.

hannah93092 on May 26, 2018

Okay, thank you!