• The_Beast_Eli
In "Mary Cassatt: Artist and Trailblazer," which line is an example of a detail the author added for dramatic interest? A. "At that time, not even the best American museums had collections that could compare with the great paintings hanging in the Louvre." B. "As soon as she was old enough, Cassatt entered the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts." C. "A few years later, young Mary Cassatt returned with her family to America." D. "Should I paint to please the jurors of the Salon, or should I paint my own way?"
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