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# A Manhattan SC problem

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25 Jan 2014, 05:30
For all her asserted scorn of such books, Jeanette had a bookcase full of romance
novels.
(A) For all her asserted scorn of such books,
(B) Having always asserted scorn for such books,
(C) All such books were, she asserted, scorned, and
(D) Asserting that all such books were scorned,
(E) In spite of assertions of scorning all such activities,

OA is "A". Are "B" and "D" better than "A"? The second part of the sentence is started with 'Jeanette'.

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