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    Some authors who's/whose lives and books have been shaped by the holocaust

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    Whose- the lives belong to them; it's possessive. :D

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    Default Re: whose or who's?

    Quote Originally Posted by susie
    Some authors who's/whose lives and books have been shaped by the holocaust
    I agree with TDOL. The possesive forms of most pronouns do not contain apostrophes: his, hers, mine, whose, etc.

    Who's is a contraction of "who is".

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