Ghosts, haunted houses, ancestral curses—thesecommon tropes of Gothic literature might lead somereaders to dismiss the genre as one better suitedfor entertainment than for serious literaryscholarship.  The story's protagonist, sufferingfrom a "nervous condition," becomes obsessed withthe wallpaper in her bedroom.  At one point, she conjures a disturbing image of a womantrapped behind the bars depicted in the pattern of the wallpaper.  Though utterlyfantastical, this image is very much grounded in the reality of the oppressive mores of theVictorian era: the trapped figure symbolizes the protagonist's sense of being imprisoned by hersocial circumstances.
The writer wants to add the following sentence to the paragraph.
An analysis of Charlotte Perkins Gilman's 1892 short story "The Yellow Wallpaper," though,demonstrates that the Gothic was a vehicle for serious social commentary worthy of furtherstudy.
The best placement for the sentence is _____________
A.before sentence 1.
B.after sentence 1.
C.after sentence 2.
D.after sentence 4.
bacteria [bæk'tiəriə] n. (复数)细菌
misconception ['miskən'sepʃən] n. 误解，错误想法
protagonist [prəu'tægənist] n. 主演，主角，主唱者
oppressive [ə'presiv] adj. 压迫的，沉重的，压抑的
grounded ['graundid] adj. [物]接地的;有基础的 v. 停(ground)
entertainment [.entə'teinmənt] n. 娱乐
literary ['litərəri] adj. 文学的
commentary ['kɔmən.təri] n. 实况报道，现场解说，评论，注释，批评
genre ['ʒɑ:nrə] n. 类型，流派
logical ['lɔdʒikəl] adj. 符合逻辑的，逻辑上的，有推理能力的
consistent [kən'sistənt] vehicle ['vi:ikl] n. 车辆，交通工具，手段，工具，传播媒介
Choice B is the best answer because it results in themost logical sequence of ideas and information.Sentence 1 introduces a misconception aboutGothic literature, and the added sentence addressesthat misconception and introduces the discussion of Gilman's story as a particular example.