Information in the passage suggests that literary histories that adhere to "Great Traditionalism" have which of the following flaws? A. They overemphasize the issue of sexual identity in women's writing. B. They overemphasize the degree of continuity between literary generations. C. They do not help to explain the connections between different generations of women novelists. D. They denigrate the achievements of "great" female novelists in comparison with those of male novelists. E. They do not incorporate the insights of literary histories produced before the late 1960s.