2015年6月英语六级答案(汇总) 

 46. According to Duncan Watts, the superiority of the "Mona Lisa" to Leonardo's other works resulted from the cumulative advantage.

E) The process described by Cutting…

 

47. Some social scientists have raised doubts about the intrinsic value of certain works of art.

B) The intuitive answer is that some works of art…

 

48. It is often random events or preference that determine the fate of a piece of art.

H) Although many have tried…

 

49. In his experiment, Cutting found that his subjects liked lesser known works better than canonical works because of more exposure.

C) Cutting, a professor at Cornell University, …

 

50. The author thinks the greatness of an art work still lies in its intrinsic value.

K) The intrinsic quality of a work of art is starting to…

 

51. It is true of critics as well as ordinary people that the popularity of artistic works is closely associated with publicity.

D) Cutting believes his experiment offers…

 

52. We need to expose ourselves to more art and literature in order to tell the superior from the inferior.

L) A study in the British Journal of Aesthetics suggests…

 

53. A study of the history of the greatest paintings suggests even a great work of art could experience years of neglect.

F) When Watts looked into the history of…

 

54. Culture is still used as a mark to distinguish one social class from another.

J) Although the rigid high-low distinction…

 

55. Opinions about and preferences for cultural objects are often inheritable.

I) "Saying that cultural objects have value," …