The passage identifies which of the following factors as contributing to scholarly reevaluations of such novels as The Child of Woe? A. Renewed scholarly interest in the development of narrative techniques. B. Growing critical distaste for the works of "the five greats" C. The availability of new editions of such works and modem readers' interest in them. D. The rise of women's studies and interest in eighteenth-century fiction. E. Critics' awareness of the need to investigate conventions used in eighteenth-century fiction.