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Re: Writing for Reading

March 17, 2015 12:24PM
“There are a few Typical errors–& a ‘said he’ or a ‘said she’ would sometimes make the Dialogue more immediately clear–but ‘I do not write for such dull Elves As have not a great deal of Ingenuity themselves.'”

letter to Cassandra on the release of Pride and Prejudice
January 29, 1813 [79]
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Jim D.March 16, 2015 06:17AM

Evokes the era or our concept of the era?

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