Eliot Dunks on Jane Eyre

George Eliot

On this date in 1848, George Eliot writes to a friend who has recommended Jane Eyre, “I shall be glad to know what you admire in it . . . the book is interesting–only I wish the characters would talk a little less like the heroes and heroines of police reports.” #Cold

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