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Which statement of fact supports the author's opinion that other theatres can learn a lot from the Moscow Art Theatre? A. Seats are more affordable because they are sold under a yearly
subscription plan. B. The theatre is organized under a repertory plan. C. The theatre's work combines realism with symbolism. D. At first the theatre suffered financially but later found success.
D. At first the theatre suffered financially but later found success.
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