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As Russell Banks suggests, it is a lack of grand ideas that have only left writers with semiotics, hermeneutics, and deconstruction.


(A) As Russell Banks suggests, it is a lack of grand ideas that have only left writers with

(B) Writers, Russell Banks suggests, who lack of grand ideas and leave only

(C) Russell Banks suggests that a lack of grand ideas has left writers with only

(D) It is Russell Banks’ suggestion that a lack of grand ideas have left writers only with

(E) It is only a lack of grand ideas, Russell Banks suggests, which leave writers with

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Bunuel wrote:
As Russell Banks suggests, it is a lack of grand ideas that have only left writers with semiotics, hermeneutics, and deconstruction.


(A) As Russell Banks suggests, it is a lack of grand ideas that have only left writers with

(B) Writers, Russell Banks suggests, who lack of grand ideas and leave only

(C) Russell Banks suggests that a lack of grand ideas has left writers with only

(D) It is Russell Banks’ suggestion that a lack of grand ideas have left writers only with

(E) It is only a lack of grand ideas, Russell Banks suggests, which leave writers with


IMHO (C) , for the highlighted errors in other options...
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Bunuel wrote:
As Russell Banks suggests, it is a lack of grand ideas that have only left writers with semiotics, hermeneutics, and deconstruction.


(A) As Russell Banks suggests, it is a lack of grand ideas that have only left writers with a lack of .. have (wrong S/V)

(B) Writers, Russell Banks suggests, who lack of grand ideas and leave only changes the meaning. A lack of... left writers with. Not writers who lack ...

(C) Russell Banks suggests that a lack of grand ideas has left writers with only

(D) It is Russell Banks’ suggestion that a lack of grand ideas have left writers only with a lack of .. have (wrong S/V)

(E) It is only a lack of grand ideas, Russell Banks suggests, which leave writers with if which refers to " lack of.." its a wrong (S/V)


One question. Written in this way, does "which" in option E modify "a lack of grand ideas" correctly or does it modify Russell Banks suggests, which makes even less sense?
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