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Do all of the below work?

Which is preferred in formal text?

Thanks

a. They harrased Sarah, who went very angry, so who was forced to leave the event.

b. They harrased Sarah, who went very angry, so was forced to leave the event.

c. They harrased Sarah, who went very angry, and so who was forced to leave the event.

d. They harrased Sarah, who went very angry, and so was forced to leave the event.
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They all seem 'off' to me (in addition to the spelling). I don't see how anger itself can force her to withdraw, which is what your sentences seem to say.

They harassed Sarah, who became very angry, and she was forced to withdraw from the event.
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Horrible sentence, sorry.

I'll try again:

How should this one be structured? I'm trying to form a sentence where so would logically and correctly join two relative clauses, as in most cases it seems awakward for some unknown reason.





They threw stones at the girl who was scared so who ran away.
No, it just doesn't seem to work well, and I don't know why. All I can do is amend:

They threw stones at the girl, who was scared and ran away.
Mister MicawberThey threw stones at the girl, who was scared and ran away.

Ok, what about including another who before 'ran'? ''...and who ran away.''

And what about this one with so?

It is a story about a girl who was harrassed by her stepfather, so who ran away from home.

It is a story about a girl who was harrassed by her stepfather, so ran away from home.

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Ok, what about including another who before 'ran'? ...and who ran away.-- That reads fine to me.

But these two confuse the referent of the 2nd 'who'-- whether it's the girl or the stepfather:

It is a story about a girl who was harrassed by her stepfather so who ran away from home.
It is a story about a girl who was harrassed by her stepfather so ran away from home.

Of course, when we finish reading, we can figure out which one would more likely run away from home, but the reader is left dumbfounded until the very end.