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Which One of the Following Can Be Inferred from the Passage? - Logical Reasoning

Question

MCQ

Direction : Read the following passage and answer the question that follows:

“Do you have your audience in mind when you sit down to write,” Toni Morrison was once asked. “Only me,” she replied. I love the faith she has in her own craft. This is her talking to students in Mississippi. “As I write I don’t imagine a reader or listener, ever. I am the reader and the listener myself, and I think I am an excellent reader… I mean I really know what’s going on… I have to assume that I am also this very critical, very fastidious, and not an easily-taken-in reader who is smart enough to participate in the text—a lot.” And she speaks often of loving the rewrite—” The best part of all, the absolutely most delicious part… I try to make it look like I never touched it.” It is her care for the gradually discovered story that makes us fully trust her. It is how we are intimately altered by her books, and it was why Beloved would change everything.

Which one of the following can be inferred from the passage?

Options

  • Morrison keeps in mind the interest of its audience while writing a book.

  • Morrison’s narratives are based on the people around her.

  • Morrison, while writing a book, plays multiple roles.

  • Morrison lacks faith in the texts she writes.

Solution

Morrison, while writing a book, plays multiple roles.

Explanation:

Referring to the first few lines of the passage, one can clearly negate morrison keeps in mind the interest of its audience while writing a book as the correct answer. 
Morrison’s narratives are based on the people around her is also not true in light of the passage. Refer to the following lines from the passage, “I love the faith she has in her own craft”. 
This makes morrison lacks faith in the texts she writes incorrect. 
While writing a book, Morrison is the reader, as well as the listener.
This makes morrison while writing a book, plays multiple roles correct. 

Concept: Statement and Arguments (Entrance Exam)
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