The author of the passage would take exception to all of the following statements regarding Libard's response to the existence of dual endings to Don Giovanni EXCEPT? A. Libard's explanations of Don Giovanni's multiple endings are not uniform in their usefulness. B. Libard offers little insight into both of the questions posed in the first paragraph. C. Libard's understanding of 18th century audiences is flawed. D. Libard's interpretation of the tragic ending to Don Giovanni has more in common with that of Lucien than with that of Lorenzo Da Ponte. (A) E. Libard's views, while not entirely accurate, are consistently probing.