Question

According to the passage, Woolf chooses the setting of the bridge because it

A

Is conductive to a mood of fanciful reflection

B

Provides a good view of the procession of the sons of educated men

C

Is within sight of historic episodes to which she alludes

D

Is symbolic of the legacy of past and present sons of educated men.

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Solution

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Correct option is
B

Provides a good view of the procession of the sons of educated men

The passage is adapted from Virginia Woolf, Three Guineas. It talks about the situation of women in English society. The writer has highlighted the urgency of the issue which is the procession of the sons of educated men. 
The passage highlights the question that why women are prohibited from doing professional work, why they are seeing the men going to the office behind the curtained windows. 
The writer has started the passage with the setting of the bridge because he wants to portray a good view of the procession of the sons of educated men. 
Thus, option B is the correct answer. 

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