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In the Taoist tradition, artists in the Tang and Song dynasties sought to reflect the… A. uncertainty of human existence. B. motion and chaos of busy cities.
C. stark realities of urban life. D. spiritual essence of the natural world.
In the Taoist tradition, artists in the Tang and Song dynasties sought to reflect the: D. spiritual essence of the natural world.
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User: In the Taoist tradition, artists in the Tang and Song dynasties sought to reflect the… A. uncertainty of human existence. B. motion and chaos of busy cities. C. stark realities of urban life. D. spiritual essence of the natural world.

Weegy: In the Taoist tradition, artists in the Tang and Song dynasties sought to reflect the: D. spiritual essence of the natural world.
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User: What was usually true about the role of women in Tang and Song society? A. Married women often managed the family finances. B. Many women were part of the scholar-gentry class. C. Peasant women seldom worked in the fields. D. Merchant women enjoyed high social status.

Weegy: true about the role of women in Tang and Song society, C. Peasant women seldom worked in the fields.
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