DISCUSSION: The author mentions Broyles-González in paragraph 3, lines 40-54. The author says that Broyles-González rightly criticized other historians.
So that means the author agrees with the critique: actos weren’t singlehandedly created by Váldez.
- This is a trap. The author and Broyles-González are talking about the influences that shaped actos.
- No one talked about why theatre historians focussed on Váldez.
- CORRECT. In line 41 the author says that Broyles-González rightly criticizes historians. So the author agrees with Broyles-González’s argument that carpas helped shape actos.
- Neither the author nor Broyles-González mentioned whether Váldez himself knew about carpas.
- The author doesn’t say what Broyles-González thought about the effect Váldez’s European theatre training had on the development of actos. The author mentions that training in lines 56-60, but they don’t say what Broyles-González thought about it.
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