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early medieval monastries, while clearlu less accesible to outsiders, often served as repositories for texts like modern libraries.

b)like modern lib, often served as text repositories, though they were clearly less accessible to outsiders.
c)while clearly less accessible to outsiders,often served as repositories for texts as does the modern lib
d)like modern lib, while clearly less accessible to outsiders, often served as repositories
e)while clearly less accessible to outsiders, acted like modern lib act by serving as repositories for texts







Ans is A. But, why? Any comments would be greatly appreciated!

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