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To read of Adams' lengthy separation from her family, her difficult travels, and her constant battles with illness is to fell intensely how harsh life was even for the so-called aristocracy of Revolutionary times.

(A)To read of
(B)Reading about
(C)Having read about
(D)Once one reads of
(E)To have read of

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To read of Adams' lengthy separation from her family, her difficult travels, and her constant battles with illness is to fell intensely how harsh life was even for the so-called aristocracy of Revolutionary times.

(A)To read of
(B)Reading about
(C)Having read about
(D)Once one reads of
(E)To have read of

I prefer 'about' to 'of'. So i narrowed down to B and C.

I will go for C.
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I'll say A. TO read.........is to.... this should be the correct construction I guess.
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Agree with arammug, thats the right way..

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