A and B work as sentences on their own, and should probably be preceded by semicolons. D is a little unwieldy, and as such is not a great option. This leaves C and E.
Generally, in the GMAT, "like" is not used in this manner. Instead, we employ "as" as the go-to word. This leaves E as the best option available.
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