James Joyce wrote the novel Ulysses through the teens and published it in 1922, although in 1906, when he was finishing the short story collection Dubliners, he had considered the addition of another story about the canvasser Bloom, who was Jewish and who later was the title Ulysses character.
(A) he had considered the addition of another story about the canvasser Bloom, who was Jewish and who later was the title Ulysses character.
(B) he had been considering that he add an additional extra story, the Jewish canvasser Bloom, and to later make him the Ulysses' title character.
(C) considering the inclusion of the story of Bloom, the Jewish canvasser who would become the Ulysses title character later
(D) he considered including another story about the Jewish canvasser Bloom, who later would be the title character of the Ulysses
(E) he considered adding the Jewish canvasser Bloom's story, and Bloom later would have become the Ulysses title character
A question of mine that mentions my favorite author and favorite novel. Among other issues, this explores the use of the past perfect tense. When is this tense necessary? permitted? redundant? For a discussion of these tricky questions, as well as a full OE for this question, see this blog:
Past Perfect on GMAT Sentence Correction