Mrs gaskell and me review
Edwin John Moorhouse Marr’s review of Mrs Gaskell and Me: Two Women, Two Love Stories, Two Centuries Apart
The Victorian and the Romantic: A Memoir, a Love Story, and a Friendship Across Time
From the author of the beloved Bleaker House, Mrs Gaskell and Me is the story of two very modern women and their two love affairs, separated by a hundred and fifty years. Not believing in the Max-ache makes it hard to swallow the Norton-ache. You believe nothing, and care less. To read it, in spite of everything, inspires hope Imbued with the effort of achieving scrupulous accuracy, her frankness is disarming
A memoir of doomed love and academic absurdities doubles up as a spirited account of how the Victorian novelist found happiness.
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