If the Farsi grammar isn’t on the third shelf then it must be on the second. That means V must go on the second shelf so that F goes with a novel. We’re in a version of the second scenario.
We can’t put a monograph on the second shelf. So A is wrong.
We can’t put H on the second shelf, so B is wrong.
S could go on the third shelf. C is CORRECT.
V has to go on the second shelf, not the third. F has to go with a novel. But if we put W on the shelf instead of V, we couldn’t keep P, S and V separate. D is wrong.
E is wrong. W can’t go on the second shelf. Then P, S or V would have to go together.
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