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120.It can be inferred that the author of the passage wouldprobably consider the novel mentioned in the firstparagraph as an example ofA.the kind of classic work that attains genuine renownonly after its authorís death.B.a work that unites truth and beauty in the Keatsiansense.C.the work of a ìsecond-rateî writer.D.the kind of book that is truly appreciated only bythe passionate few.121.When the author talks about a writer emerging ìintoglory,î he is referring primarily to122.It can be inferred from the passage that the authorconsiders the aesthetic principle embodied in Keatsíassertion that ìbeauty is truth, truth beautyî to be123.With which of the following statements would the authorbe most likely to agree?Passage VIIIThe three major characteristics of malignant neoplasms inhumans are first, that growth is not subject to the normalconstraints of the parent tissue. Second, that cancers alwaysshow a degree of anaplasia, which is a loss of cellulardifferentiation. This is associated with a lack of some ofthe functions of the normal, differentiated parent tissue.Third, that cancers have the property of metastasis, that isthe ability to spread from the site of origin to distant tissues.While these features are present in most human malignantneoplasms, some of these properties are not absolutelydistinct from normal tissues. Thus it is true that the normalregulatory mechanisms controlling growth are defective incancer, but that is not to say that there is no check orconstraint on the pattern of growth of human neoplasms.Similarly, although we regard the most anaplastic of cancersas ëundifferentiatedí in the sense that they seem to havearisen from the more primitive precursors of thedifferentiated tissue; many cancers none the less do retainsome of the functions of the mature tissues. Metastasis is,however, a property unique to cancer. Furthermore, it ismetastasis that in most instances kills the patient andunderstanding the biology of metastasis is one of the centralproblems of cancer research.

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Spring
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SUKUMARAN
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