In the passage, the author is primarily concerned with

Ryan on October 10 at 04:00PM

Why is A correct? Why is C incorrect?

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Shunhe on December 26 at 07:15PM

Hi @Ryan-Mahabir,

The first paragraph of the passage introduces Sam Gilliam and his work, giving a brief overview of what it's like. The next paragraph goes into Gilliam's motivations, and the last discusses what the work actually looks like - in other words, the nature of the work. Thus, we can see that the author's primary purpose is exactly what (A) describes.

(C), on the other hand, is a good description of the last paragraph, but leaves out important descriptions of Gilliam's motivations introduced in the second. (A) is simply more comprehensive than (C) is, why is why it's a better answer. Hope this helps!