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I haven't read either of his novels.
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Sentence #286739

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I haven't read either of his novels.

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  1. Jun 21st 2014, 22:34
    Yes, 'either of' means there are two. Definition from google below:

    determiner & pronoun
    determiner: either; pronoun: either
    one or the other of two people or things.

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