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May 02, 2011


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Have always lamented the fact that Mary destroyed her correspondence with Charlotte. Just imagine how interesting it would have been!

Fascinating! How I wish I were able to visit it. Til then, reading will have to do.

Elaine - yes, I agree totally. Literary history's great loss.

Inkslinger - it was fascinating. I am surprised there is not more about it on the web for the benfit of non-locals like yourself.

As an American woman named Mary Taylor, I am delighted to have discovered the connection of an earlier Mary Taylor to Charlotte Bronte. Yes, the letters would have been very insightful and I wish she had not destroyed them. My own attempt at reaching the world in this modern age is by my website. I would be thrilled to have more readers from the UK. Thanks, Mary

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