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By 1990, En El Calor, L.M. Adelines' spellbinding book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print, making it more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written.

A.book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print, making it more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written
B.book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print, which is more as to that of almost any other Spanish book ever written
C. book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print, more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written
D. book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility, had around 300 million copies in print in order to make it more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written
E. book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print and is more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written

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By 1990, En El Calor, L.M. Adelines' spellbinding book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print, making it more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written.

A.book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print, making it more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written
B.book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print, which is more as to that of almost any other Spanish book ever written
C. book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print, more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written
D. book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility, had around 300 million copies in print in order to make it more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written
E. book depicting the suffering of the working class under the tyranny of the Spanish nobility had around 300 million copies in print and is more than that of almost any other Spanish book ever written

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A - Making it -Wrong modifier
B - more need to be accompanied by than
C - Correct answer
D - In order to - Changes the meaning
E - and is - Incorrectly modifies
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