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# Charlotte Perkins Gilman, a late nineteenth-century

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Director
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24 Aug 2006, 11:34
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Charlotte Perkins Gilman, a late nineteenth-century feminist, called for urban apartment houses including child-care facilities and clustered suburban houses including communal eating and social facilities.

(A) including child-care facilities and clustered suburban houses including communal eating and social facilities
(B) that included child-care facilities, and for clustered suburban houses to include communal eating and social facilities
(C) with child-care facilities included and for clustered suburban houses to include communal eating and social facilities
(D) that included child-care facilities and for clustered suburban houses with communal eating and social facilities
(E) to include child-care facilities and for clustered suburban houses with communal eating and social facilities included

While discussing this, can we discuss the use of

"for A and for B" vs "for A and B" ?

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24 Aug 2006, 12:48
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D for me

futuristic, the problem with "for A and for B" vs. "for A and B" is that A must be different from B because in this case URBAN APARTMENT HOUSES cannot include SUBURBAN HOUSES... -> thus, GILMAN was FOR A and FOR B

(A) including child-care facilities and clustered suburban houses including communal eating and social facilities
This says URBAN APARTMENT HOUSES included SUBURBAN HOUSES

(B) that included child-care facilities, and for clustered suburban houses to include communal eating and social facilities
this isn't PARALLEL and comma isn't needed because of THAT

(C) with child-care facilities included and for clustered suburban houses to include communal eating and social facilities
close but not parallel

(D) Charlotte Perkins Gilman, a late nineteenth-century feminist, called for urban apartment houses that included child-care facilities and for clustered suburban houses with communal eating and social facilities
PERFECT

(E) to include child-care facilities and for clustered suburban houses with communal eating and social facilities included
again not parallel

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24 Aug 2006, 12:59
Inaddition to your explanations, Usage that ... with also sounds me perfect.

for A that .... and for B with

that included child-care facilities and for clustered suburban houses with communal eating and social facilities

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24 Aug 2006, 19:10
Moreover, (D) is slightly more concise than B.

U2 Lover girl just THRASHES these SCs as if they were pre-school ABCs.

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24 Aug 2006, 23:27
D for me.

I started it with THAT and the reasoned it furthur.

Please tell me if "THAT" was necessart element here.

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24 Aug 2006, 23:27
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