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Carriers of Closeness: the letters of Charlotte Brontë

…I am determined to write, for I should be sorry to appear a neglectful correspondent to one from whose communications I have derived, and still derive, so much pleasure (Smith 1995: II, 128). Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855) wrote these words to … Continue reading

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