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    #1

    by whom

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-John, an article by whom was published last week, is coming here for a lecture.
    2-John, an article by whom we published last week, is coming here for a lecture.

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    #2

    Re: by whom

    "John, an article by whom we published last week, is coming here for a lecture."

    Is an article named John coming for a lecture?


    I think that this is what you were trying to say:

    John, whose article we published last week, is coming here for a lecture.

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