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# As literally all the popular classics are

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03 Aug 2017, 21:52
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As literally all the popular classics are, Robinson Crusoe was written for an age of eloquent prose and poetic narration.

(A) As literally all the popular classics are
(B) As with literally all of the popular classics
(C) Like literally all of the popular classics
(D) Like the cities where literally all the popular classics are
(E) Like other cities where literally all the popular classics are

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04 Aug 2017, 08:55
What is the source of this question? Doesn't seem to be an official GMAT question.
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04 Aug 2017, 10:57
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What is the source of this question? Doesn't seem to be an official GMAT question.

This question was picked up from PREP4GMAT. You can find them here --> http://www.prep4gmat.com/for-students-prep4-gmat/
Test Prep companies usually try to emulate real GMAT questions. Sometimes they do a great job, sometimes their efforts suck.
PS -- Options D and E made me cringe.
But I have solved a few questions from their Q bank. They really have some good questions as well that help you learn some basic concepts along the way.
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01 Feb 2018, 17:51
I would pick the first question that doesn't have "literally" in it out of principle.
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04 May 2019, 01:02
Why can't the answer be A? The action if being written for an age of eloquent prose and poetic narration can be compared with "As" Whereas C compares the noun classics.

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