GMAT Practice Question Set #37 (Question 109-111)

Sentence Correction Question #110: Largest Library of Ancient World  
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In A.D. 391, resulting from the destruction of the largest library of the ancient world at Alexandria, later generations lost all but the Iliad and Odyssey among Greek epics, most of the poetry of Pindar and Sappho, and dozens of plays by Aeschylus and Euripides.

(A)

resulting from the destruction of the largest libraryof the ancient world at Alexandria,

(B)

the destroying of the largest library of the ancient world at Alexandria resulted and

(C)

because of the result of the destruction of the library at Alexandria, the largest of the ancient world,

(D)

as a result of the destruction of the library at Alexandria, the largest of the ancient world,

(E)

Alexandria's largest library of the ancient world was destroyed, and the result was

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