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24 January

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B. "I have an image of him sitting on the crook of his mother's hip, head rested consolingly on her shoulder, soaking up comfort."

1) Is sentence B correct English?

2) Does this part "sitting on the crook of his mother's hip" describe "him"?

3) Even if "sitting on the crook of his mother's hip" describes "him", is sentence B still correct English?

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