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## In his work, Leon Forrest is

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In his work, Leon Forrest is Wed Mar 14, 2012 10:19 am
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In his work, Leon Forrest is more reminiscent of Henry Miller’s obsessive narratives and Toni Morrison’s mythic languages than James Joyce’s internal explorations.

a> In his work, Leon Forrest is more reminiscent of

b> Leon Forrest writes more like

c> Leon Forrest’s work is more reminiscent of

d> Leon Forrest reminds one more of

e> Leon Forrest’s work more resembles that of

OA: C

pls explain

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Wed Mar 14, 2012 1:25 pm
heymayank08 wrote:
In his work, Leon Forrest is more reminiscent of Henry Miller’s obsessive narratives and Toni Morrison’s mythic languages than James Joyce’s internal explorations.

a> In his work, Leon Forrest is more reminiscent of

b> Leon Forrest writes more like

c> Leon Forrest’s work is more reminiscent of - Parallel and proper structure

d> Leon Forrest reminds one more of

e> Leon Forrest’s work more resembles that of

OA: C

pls explain

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Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:36 am
but in this case E also has the same parallel structure

still nt much convinced!

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Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:36 am
but in this case E also has the same parallel structure

still nt much convinced!

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Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:48 am
heymayank08 wrote:
but in this case E also has the same parallel structure

still nt much convinced!
In his work, Leon Forrest is more reminiscent of Henry Miller’s obsessive narratives and Toni Morrison’s mythic languages than James Joyce’s internal explorations.

c> Leon Forrest’s work is more reminiscent of

e> Leon Forrest’s work more resembles that of

E is wrong because

1) the usage of word "that" is wrong. "that" here clearly stands for "work" and its just awkward and nonsense meaning that
"Leon Forrest’s work more resembles work of Henry Miller’s obsessive narratives and Toni Morrison’s mythic languages" the comparison now is between "Leon's work" and "work by someone's narrative and language" which is nonsense.

2) More X than Y construction needs proper consistency between X and Y. In E its not followed.

C is the best here.

hope this helps.

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Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:51 am
the use of "that of" is rudundant..
now i got it..pheww

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