The term magical realism was first used by: o a. an author describing his own stories that explored the use of magic. o b. a newspaper reporter describing authors who wrote about the supernatural. o c. an editor describing stories written by latin american authors. o d. a scholar describing paintings that contained dreamlike images.
A scholar describing paintings that contained dreamlike images.
By a scholar to describe paintings that contained dreamlike images
It would definitely be D. a scholar describing paintings that contained dreamlike images I've did this on apex.
Magical Realism is a literary movement that was most excellently applied in Latin America but whose origins can be traced back to Europe, especially to painters and artists who represented the presence of the magical within the real world. Starting with a translation into Spanish of an essay from Franz Roh, in 1925, the term was first used by Alejo Carpentier, a Cuban, in 1949 when he wrote about "lo real maravilloso de las Americas", or the real marvels of the Americas, from which Magical Realism evolved. This evolution happened because Carpentier, and other writers, came into contact with European artistic influences and used them in literature. This is why the correct answer is D: A scholar describing paintings that contained dreamlike images.
Im not 100% sure tho