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The writings of Emily Dickinson, considered by many the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, were attempts to capture the pain of love in a whimsical manner at odds with the stringent religious mores of the day.

A.The writings of Emily Dickinson, considered by many the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, were attempts
B.Considered by many to be the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson’s writings were attempts
C.Emily Dickinson, who is considered by many as the greatest of the nineteenth century poets, attempted in her writings
D.Considered by many the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson had attempted in her writings
E.Emily Dickinson, considered by many the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, attempted in her writings

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The writings of Emily Dickinson, considered by many the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, were attempts to capture the pain of love in a whimsical manner at odds with the stringent religious mores of the day.

A.The writings of Emily Dickinson, considered by many the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, were attempts
B.Considered by many to be the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson’s writings were attempts
C.Emily Dickinson, who is considered by many as the greatest of the nineteenth century poets, attempted in her writings
D.Considered by many the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson had attempted in her writings
E.Emily Dickinson, considered by many the greatest poet of the nineteenth century, attempted in her writings


E is good.

A Does not sound as good as E
B is misplaced modifier
C. close...but 'consider as' is NOT the right idiom i thought
D. 'had' screws up the tenses
E. seems to be better than A. less passive.
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"X considered Y" is the right idiom
E is prefered over D's past perfect tense
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Thanks DJ and Paul for the idiom. Knew that but could never sense in the question!! Extremely bad quality I guess.
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New post 19 Sep 2004, 17:58
A, B are out -> bad comparison. It is comparing writings to poets
C -> wrong idiom
D -> Seems to compare writings to poets as well
E -> best choice. No problems with idiom, and comparison is correct

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E it is. great job. good catch dj on 'considered as'.

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