Read the following passage from an analysis essay's body: Both Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter and Herman Melville's Moby-D share important traits of Gothic literature. In Moby-D, Melville uses the color white to represent grotesqueness, saying that it "peculiarly repels and often shocks the eye" (211). Hawthorne similarly relies on color to convey meaning, drawing particular emphasis to the scarlet in the "A" that Hester Prynne must wear. What is the primary weakness of this passage? A. No evidence is given from either novel. B. The evidence is not clearly tied to the claim. C. Color is an inappropriate topic for analysis. D. The passage fails to make a debatable claim.