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# Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—

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Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—has a powerful, dynamic personality.

(A) Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—has
(B) Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—have
(C) All the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—has
(D) Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—the book’s protagonists—each has
(E) Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—could have had

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Re: Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—  [#permalink]

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Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—has a powerful, dynamic personality.

(A) Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—has
(B) Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—have
(C) All the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—has
(D) Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—the book’s protagonists—each has
(E) Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—could have had

A is correct.
Each is referring to each one of Mark, Mary and Thomas , so the underline part will end with has.(B and E out)
C should end with have.
D should also end with have.
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Re: Each of the book’s protagonists—Mark Streit, Mary Eby, and Dr. Thomas—  [#permalink]

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13 Apr 2017, 06:18
B incorrect. 'Each' and 'have' SV error.

C is incorrect. 'All' and 'has' SV error.

D starting with all the names and later using each is wrong.
E is incorrect. Could is not necessary.

Hence, IMO 'A'

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