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I came across this sentence in Ray Monk's Bertrand Russell: The Spirit of Solitude, 1872-1921, Volume 1:
On the contrary, she had just written — and had had accepted by The Nineteenth Century — a polemic of her own entitled 'A reply from the daughters', which defended the right of ….
What is the structure of "had had accepted" in the above sentence? Is it of the form:"past perfect + p.p.", or of the form:"have/had + object + past perfect" , with the object "pulled out to the end"? Is there a passive voice in it?