GRE Text Completion: Maggoosh-GRE填空Maggoosh - CO0H7C4N6UBT5K22Y

Giacomo's concerti, much like the composer himself, were a (i)____________ affair. Fits of passion would, without warning, give way to sudden idylls, as though the composer had been trying to (ii)____________ his inner conflicts. Only in his later works, which are far more abstract, does he eschew trying to capture his inner states. A. mercurial B. exorcise C. rambling D. foreshadow E. torrid F. mirror