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With a style similar to J. J. R. Tolkiens, Margaret Weis has

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With a style similar to J. J. R. Tolkien’s, Margaret Weis has attracted millions of followers from hundreds of nations.


(A) With a style similar to J. J. R. Tolkien’s, Margaret Weis
(B) With a style similar to J. J. R. Tolkien’s, Margaret Weis’
(C) With a style similar to J. J. R. Tolkien’s, Margaret Weis’ style
(D) Similar to J. J. R. Tolkien’s style, Margaret Weis
(E) Having a style similar to J. J. R. Tolkien’s, Margaret Weis’ style

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A is the best. Parallelism is being tested. Wecan only compare comparable things.

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Don't you guys think "J. J. R. Tolkien’s style" and "Margaret Weis's style" should be compared here instead of "J. J. R. Tolkien’s style" and "Margaret Weis"?
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New post 07 Dec 2005, 02:18
Here, it's more about a modifier than comparison.

The sentence says, "With X's Y, Z has done something"

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The descriptive phrase at the beginning of the sentence “With a style…Tolkien’sâ€

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