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# Joplins faith in his opera Tremonisha

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10 Nov 2004, 23:01
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Joplinâ€™s faith in his opera â€œTremonishaâ€

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10 Nov 2004, 23:39
I'll avoid all the pronouns (It) and chose E.

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to stage the work himself

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11 Nov 2004, 05:01
Yeah it should be "E".

"published the score at his own expense" i.e.
verb past tense + objective noun
should go parallel with same grammatical structure,
decided to stage the work himself

moreover, "decided on" is unidiomatic.

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11 Nov 2004, 08:15
I would go with 'E' but the non-underlined portion as 'he' to refer to Joplin which makes it a bit odd. The sentence does not refer to Joplin at all but instead refers only to Joplin's faith, so shouldn't the sentence read something like
"Joplinâ€™s faith in his opera â€œTremonishaâ€

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