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The extraordinary diary of William Lyon Mackenzie King,

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The extraordinary diary of William Lyon Mackenzie King, prime minister of Canada for over twenty years,
revealed that this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic guided in both public and private life by
omens, messages received at seances, and signs from heaven.

(A) that this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic guided in both public and
(B) that this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic and also guided both in public as well as
(C) this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic and that he was guided in both public and
(D) this most bland and circumspect of men was a mystic and that he was guided in both public as well as
(E) this most bland and circumspect of men to have been a mystic and that he guided himself both in
public as well as
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Re: SC:Diary of William Lyon [#permalink]

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i feel A '

C,D are out for the missing "that" and the second "that" present

E is wordy with "have been"

B also is awkward


A conveys clearly the meaning
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