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(E) is incorrect because there are no conditions in this passage under which the author would be unable to finish her paper. So there is no reason to believe that (E) is true, and in order to be the right answer, the passage would have to prove that (E) was true.
What did you find compelling about (E)?
I followed the logical reasoning like yours
not Book -> not Citation -> not Quatation
therefore with Q is better
Then I assumed the E with the first sentence and the conditional reasoning.
That's why I was interested n (E) and I couldn't exactly catch the worse part
Yeah, but do you see the significant shift between what the passage shows ("with Q is better" to use your phrasing) and what (E) claims (that she cannot finish without Q)?
That shift looks an awful lot like a bait + switch. I hope it reminds you of that, so you see it as an error.