WJAA & CDK
Posted by P. Bingham on April 29, 1998 at 13:43:03:
In response to HMS Pinafore chorus, again, please!, written by Caroline on April 29, 1998 at 10:33:20
] He obviously enjoys Trollope and Dickens, and if you are into that period you are probably okay to go by what he says.But I feel Jane Austen gets very short shrift from him. He is amusing, however, and easy to read.Just don't take his facts as the gospel truth without verifying them from another source, that's all.]
This is so frusterating for those that wish to publish a book of the late Georgian period. So many writing books for writers are combining the Regency with the Victorian and doing a complete injustice to the Regency and the readers that thrive on that sort of information. The Regency was still so much apart of the late 18th century. It should either be covered alone or paired with that time, not Victorian. In my opinion.
- Hear,hear! You are absolutely right! Definately more 18th C.(nfm) Marie-Bernadette 14:51:25 4/29/98 (0)
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