she is a famous novelist ,whose writings are thought highly of?

why's there an OF in the end?

WHOSE WRITINGS ARE HIGHLY THOUGHT wouldn't be enough and right ? it means her writings have been written with much thought right?  :/

i got problems with such prepositions :(

nighty night stuartiiiii! :P hugs  \o/

6 years ago
Asked 6 years ago
Squishy

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"To be thought of" is the passive of "to think of," which means "to have an opinion of/on/about." In your sentence, somebody thinks highly of the novelist's writings ( = has a good opinion of them.)

Answered 6 years ago
StuPitt

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