Hi, all. Why is D correct?
It doesn't sound grammatically correct.
"make his letters as a group the rival of the best novels"
Is "a group the rival of the best novels" a noun phrase? or "the rival of the best novels" an apositive of "a group".
Please explain with grammar. Thanks.
* make X Y
(X) his letters as a group = (Y) the rival of the best novels
If we bind his letters together as a group to make a book, it would be as wonderful as the best novels in his time.
Auge um Auge, Zahn um Zahn !