While option D represents someone who wants to do immoral things and doesnt care about others well-being, theres no proof that its because hes been dehumanized. Option C shows that the students were exposed to dehumanization and experienced it themselves, and it also shows that afterward, they began projecting that behavior onto the other inmates.
So because of the fact that option C shows exposure prior to immoral behavior, I think it is *Option C*
This question is about William Shakespeare's Sonnet 60
(A) consistent, but intensified as the poem develops
The poem has a consistent theme that intensifies as it progresses. This theme is how a person's time is finite, passes quickly and makes all young and strong human beings fall victim to time, because just as time gives them youth, time takes away youth and everything good that it provides. This is done quickly and progressively, making it impossible to stop.