Taiyou on June 24 at 02:06AM
I do have observed something interesting about this question.
It is for some reason, the lines with "negative subtext" is followed by an example with a formal logic: if xx, xx, xx, and xx are the sole requirements of the novel -> Mphalele's work will be great. Can we therefore using the negation by If Mphalele's work is not great -> xx, xx, xx, and xx are not the sole requirements of a great novel, in combination with what the author is stating at the later part of the second paragraph and the tone of the critic's critique to get to the right answer Choice E?
Thank you !
Victoria on July 4 at 02:23PM