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Like Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell believed that the archetypal story of

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Like Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell believed that the archetypal story of the hero who ventures from the
safety of his village, endures many trials and triumphs, and returns with knowledge or goods that will
save or enlighten his people, is part of the collective unconscious of all humankind.

a. enlighten his people, is part of

b. enlighten his people; is part of

c. enlighten his people, are part of

d. enlighten his people, who are part of

e. enlighten his people, being in part
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| Like Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell believed that the archetypal story | of the hero who ventures from the
safety of his village, endures many trials and triumphs, and returns with knowledge or goods that will
save or enlighten his people
| , is part of the collective unconscious of all humankind.

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Scanning answer choices we have split of

Is/are/being after comma

Subject here is "the story of hero"

So "are" is out and so choices C and D

Being means temporary does not convey logical meaning here so OUT

between A and B

B contain semicolon.part after semicolon is not complete sentence.so B is out

A is correct choice

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Like Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell believed that the archetypal story of the hero who ventures from the
safety of his village, endures many trials and triumphs, and returns with knowledge or goods that will
save or enlighten his people, is part of the collective unconscious of all humankind.


a. enlighten his people, is part of


b. enlighten his people; is part of

c. enlighten his people, are part of

d. enlighten his people, who are part of

e. enlighten his people, being in part
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