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Pablo Picassio's genius is only fully revealed when one considers the

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Pablo Picassio's genius is only fully revealed when one considers the various facets of his work as they developed through many artistic phases, beginning with his Red period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his period of Cubism.

A. period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his period of Cubism
B. period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his Cubist period
C. period, continuing through his blue period, and his Cubist period
D. period phase, his blue period phase, and his phase of cubism.
E. period, his blue period, and his period of cubism.
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Pablo Picassio's genius is only fully revealed when one considers the various facets of his work as they developed through many artistic phases, beginning with his Red period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his period of Cubism.

A. period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his period of Cubism
B. period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his Cubist period
C. period, continuing through his blue period, and his Cubist period
D. period phase, his blue period phase, and his phase of cubism.
E. period, his blue period, and his period of cubism.


narrowed to A and B...
in A "his period of cubism" is not parallel,..

B is the best among the choices..
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B option, considering the need for parallelism of verbs and periods

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chesstitans wrote:
Pablo Picassio's genius is only fully revealed when one considers the various facets of his work as they developed through many artistic phases, beginning with his Red period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his period of Cubism.

A. period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his period of Cubism
B. period, continuing through his blue period, and finishing with his Cubist period
C. period, continuing through his blue period, and his Cubist period
D. period phase, his blue period phase, and his phase of cubism.
E. period, his blue period, and his period of cubism.


The correct idiomatic expression is X,Y, and Z where the items of the list X,Y, and Z are
-> beginning with his Red period
-> continuing through his Blue period
-> finishing with his Cubist period

Only Option B follows this and is our correct answer!
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