Hunter on April 17 at 06:24AM
I picked C, passed the correct answer, and wasn't suspicious at all. I want to know I understand why B is correct, as it took me some time to see it even when I reviewed!
B is right because â€œscholarly monographsâ€ is the subject of the sentence, said to â€œsap the vitality of history.â€ This is a description of the type of writing that author A dislikes. â€œConformity is a virtue, creativity suspect...â€ describes the implied subject â€œlegal writingâ€ and what author B dislikes about it.
C is wrong as author A never talks about teaching students HOW to write. Author B talks about teaching lawyers how to write. I thought there was some connection with professors using the same dull material they read as grad students, but I drew that conclusion by disregarding the actual phrase and looking to the rest of the sentence: â€œthey visit on students what was visited on them in graduate school.â€ Great reminder for me to always respect the question stem. But I still should have remembered that author A wasn't talking about professors reading historiography, but students.
I believe this is accurate, but if not or if I missed anything please let me know!
I really appreciate the help!
Jacob on April 18 at 04:04AM