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# Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh

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02 Jan 2018, 22:59
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Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry, many modern novelists have focused their works about King Arthur on reconstructing as historically accurate a depiction of his story as possible.

A. Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry
B. It being drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry
C. Historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry being drawn on for the source
D. Drawing it from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry
E. Drawing on historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry

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02 Jan 2018, 23:18
Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry, many modern novelists have focused their works about King Arthur on reconstructing as historically accurate a depiction of his story as possible.

A. Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry:
MODIFIER DON'T MAKE SENSE WITH SUBJECT

B. It being drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry:
PRONOUN 'IT', ANTECEDENT ’WORKS'

C. Historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry being drawn on for the source:
MEANING CHANGE

D. Drawing it from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry:
SAME AS B

E. Drawing on historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry:
CORRECT

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02 Jan 2018, 23:19
A is what I think, all corrections accepted in good humour.
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06 Apr 2018, 00:09
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Can you help in understanding why option A is wrong?

Is it because of drawing from vs drawing on

gmatFalcon wrote:
Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry, many modern novelists have focused their works about King Arthur on reconstructing as historically accurate a depiction of his story as possible.

A. Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry
B. It being drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry
C. Historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry being drawn on for the source
D. Drawing it from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry
E. Drawing on historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry

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06 Apr 2018, 01:29
GMATNinja can you please explain the difference between drawn on and drawn from ?
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06 Apr 2018, 07:10
gmatFalcon wrote:
Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry, many modern novelists have focused their works about King Arthur on reconstructing as historically accurate a depiction of his story as possible.

A. Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry - Many modern novelists "Drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry"- this does not make sense
B. It being drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry- Many modern novelists "It being drawn from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry"- this does not make sense
C. Historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry being drawn on for the source- Many modern novelists "Historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry being drawn on for the source"- this does not make sense
D. Drawing it from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry- Many modern novelists "Drawing it from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry"- drawing it ?, non sensical
E. Drawing on historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry-Many modern novelists "Drawing it from historical accounts, chronicles, and even medieval Welsh poetry" - BINGO!

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