GRE Text Completion: JiJing 1373-GRE填空机经1373题 - 9G588GE34L6754_7A

Folmer's book on Edith Wharton seems far removed from recent trends in literary criticism; this need not to be a fault, except that, in its title and introduction, the book (i)____________ to be conversant with contemporary discourse in the field, but in its actual analysis of Wharton's work, it is marked by a very (ii)____________ approach. A. designs B. old-fashioned C. fails D. timely E. purports F. arcane