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The word “oblivious”, in the fragment “oblivious of the existence of an alien atmosphere” (fifth sentence of the second paragraph) is being used, in text 1A2-I, with the same meaning as

  • A boded.
  • B spiteful.
  • C surrounded.
  • D unaware.
  • E threatened.

For the author of text 1A2-I,

  • A the literature that transgresses the rules of language is based on its own matrix.
  • B the limitations of language are not evident in artistic creation.
  • C great literature equates to marble as much as minor literature equates to clay.
  • D social rules and limitations to language vary from society to society.
  • E the literary artist is the person who should translate his own work.

Choose the option in which the fragment “No sooner, however, does the artist transgress the law of his medium than we realize” (last sentence of the second paragraph of text 1A2-I) is correctly rewritten, without changing its meaning or harming its correctness.

  • A Scarcely, however, does the artist transgress the law of his medium than we realize
  • B Barely, however, does the artist transgress the law of his medium and we realize
  • C However, barely does the artist transgress the law of his medium than we realize
  • D However, hardly does the artist transgress the law of his medium when we realize
  • E However, scarcely does the artist transgress the law of his medium and we realize

According to the ideas of text 1A2-I, choose the correct option.

  • A Great artists make their audience feel comfortable.
  • B Artists are limited by social rules and cannot disobey them.
  • C Great artists can change language and expand its possibilities.
  • D There is a conflict between artistic creation and the need to survive.
  • E Literature is limited to the possibilities that its language contains.

According to Edgar Allan Poe’s point of view, portrayed in text 1A2-II, behind the scenes of writing,

  • A well-developed ideas may be impossible for the author to manage.
  • B the author has to be wise to choose the appropriate tools for his creative process.
  • C crude thoughts are written and then improved despite the author’s hesitation.
  • D it is difficult for the author to choose from the numerous ideas that mature.
  • E last-minute ideas usually have to be improved for the author to keep them.