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Written by JulieW
(5/5/2007 2:22 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Formidably enlightening, but not nearly, penned by nan duval
That is the criterior fo deciding how to limit refernces in a L+T post- does it stem form the work in question? and is it relevant? .
As you are relatively new, nan , may I explain how these L+T posts work.?
Please ,please do note that we are not discussing 18th century medical history, or indeed any 18th centry history in general here.
We have to keep on topic in these L+T-posts otherwise exerience has taught us that we degenerate into a free for all which does not help us illuminate the book. Indeed, unless we keep L&T topics firmly rooted in Jane Austen, we find we attract history buffs not interested in Jane Austen, and particularly writers of historical fiction, who want to use Pemberley to do their research for them. To help prevent this from happening we try desperately to remain on-topic.
Though this is a Group Read the L+T Guidelines still apply.I've linked them below for you whihc will expain at lot I hope ;-)
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