B mentions the name of A.E. Housman, whereas all the other statements refer to him as “he”, “him” and “his”.
Therefore B is the first in the sequence. B and A both are talking about A. E. Housman’s characteristics (“shy and furtive” in B and “crabbed and elusive figure” in A)
This implies, A follows B.
C and D both talk about A.E. Housman’s work.
D follows C as C talks about how A.E. Housman became a known name and D talks about the “real source of his fame”
The order is BACD.
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