[Grammar] which/that prove

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Are both correct?

Books which prove equally good.
Books that prove equally good.

Thanks in advance for any replies :)
 

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Are both correct?

Books which prove equally good.
Books that prove equally good.

Thanks in advance for any replies :)

What is the full context?
 

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This essay is about Smith's novels and books which/that are equally good.
 

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This essay is about Smith's novels and books which/that are equally good.

Use "that" if you are comparing Smith's novels with books by other people. It's not clear from your sentence if that is what you mean.
 

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If I'm not comparing then 'which' is better?
 
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