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The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle implied that such contradictions are virtually essential to the tragic personality, and yet critics keep coming back to this element of inconsistency as though it were an eccentric feature of Webster’s own tragic vision


A. The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle implied that such contradictions are virtually essential to the tragic personality, and yet critics keep coming back to this element of inconsistency as though it were an eccentric feature of Webster’s own tragic vision

B. The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle implied that such contradictions are virtually essential to the tragic personality, yet critics keep coming back to this element of inconsistency as though it were an eccentric feature of Webster’s own tragic vision

C. The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle implied that such contradictions are virtually essential to the tragic personality yet critics keep coming back to this element of inconsistency as though it were an eccentric feature of Webster’s own tragic vision

D. The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle implied that such contradictions are virtually essential to the tragic personality, still critics keep coming back to this element of inconsistency as though it were an eccentric feature of Webster’s own tragic vision

E. The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle implied that such contradictions are virtually essential to the tragic personality, and still critics keep coming back to this element of inconsistency as though it were an eccentric feature of Webster’s own tragic vision
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Could you please explain how "and" and "yet" is not redundant in (A)?
How to choose between (B) and (E)
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Could you please explain how "and" and "yet" is not redundant in (A)?
How do choose between (B) and (E)


"and yet" is an expression which should be read together, meaning "even though".
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Can experts please explain difference between A and B.
When to use 'yet' and when to use 'and yet'
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Still implies that the activity is still continuing, the correct usage here should be 'yet'. So options D and E are out.
Comma is expected because of two independent clauses. Option C out.

Now between A and B, I chose A. I found both options correct but option A weighed in more. I may be wrong but I believe the two clauses are not parallel in 'Aristotle implied' and 'critics keep coming back'. 'Yet' demands parallelism. However, 'and+comma' can disregard the parallelism.
Need expert opinion to confirm my understanding.

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