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January 05, 2011



Re: the lock-house, if it's like the Debtor's prison in Little Dorrit there could be all sorts of normal amenities available. Or is it more of a workhouse?
I am enjoying the recap and would never read this book.

Kathleen Ward

You have my complete sympathy. I did a dissertation on some VERY minor epistolary novels and, I tell you, it was enough to make a person believe in progress. The most undemanding modern press today would at least ensure that characters NOT HAVE THEIR NAMES CHANGED IN THE MIDDLE OF A LETTER.

Thanks, I feel better now.

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