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What aspect of kitsch does the professor mainly discuss?
Why does the professor mention the Mona Lisa?
According to the professor, where did the term “kitsch” originate?
According to the lecture, what is NOT true of kitsch?
What city is an obvious example of kitch?
What can be inferred about the student when she says this: “But… can’t kitschy also mean something good. Something… um, in style. Like I thought something nostalgic or retrograde could also be called kitsch”?