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Which of the following sentences displays a correct use of punctuation?
A.The Dutch master, Rembrandt, is famous for his self-portraits.

B.The Dutch master Rembrandt is famous for his self-portraits.

C.The Dutch master Rembrandt, is famous for his self-portraits

Pretty sure the answer is B, but I want to double-check.

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