Could anyone explain what the answer choice would be for this question.
A 3-2 split, let's look at D and E:Originally Posted by anugmat
"a critique of all chemistry" in the original sentence is supposed to be a description of what is contained in the essay, however, when we use "critiquing", we are changing the meaning by implying that the act of writing the essay and the critique of chemistry were two seperate actions, which is incorrect.
So, eliminate d, e
"B. a critique of all chemistry following Robert Boyle and also his .." - "his" here is ambiguous, we don't know whether it refers to Boyle or to Humphry Davy
"C. a critique of all chemistry after Robert Boyle and envisioning as well" - Clearly unidiomatic "critique" and "envisioning" don't get along for describing the same essay.
Hence answer is A
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