- Choose the most appropriate answer for each question.
- Question 1 :
The implications are both celebratory and valedictory, which makes sense for work that looks back on suppressed histories but also brings those histories, and the reality of their ___________, forward in a stylish and unsensationalist art of the present. Ms. Winterling will screen another film, “The Flambards,” at the gallery tonight at 7.
In the last chapter I tried to deal with the actual problem created in this country by the disproportion of the sexes--the fact that there are, roughly, one and three-quarters to two million more women than men in this country; and I was obliged to confine myself simply to stating the problem, which, to my mind, is very greatly intensified by the fact, generally ignored, that the sex needs of a woman are just as imperative, their ___________ just as hard to bear, as a man's; that woman is fully as human as man, and that parenthood and loverhood and all that the satisfaction of the sex instinct means to him, it means also to her.