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Meredith Allard
Edits The Copperfield Review. Writes history and fiction. Loves books, cats, and coffee (not always in that order). Dickensian. PhD candidate and still sane.
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Victorian Web 15h
Kipling's "The Cat that Walked by Himself.. walking by his wild lone through the Wet Wild Woods and waving his wild tail." Kipling's wonderful illustration for one of the "Just So Stories for Little Children," 1926—an all-time favourite.
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Emily Bell 16h
More Dickens adaptations to look out for...
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Destination Salem MA Feb 16
The 2018 Salem Guide is now available! Request yours at
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10 Historical Fiction Books to Try If You Hate Historical Fiction
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Top 10 Places to Visit in Salem, MA via
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BookBub Feb 16
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BookBub Feb 15
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Victorian Web Feb 14
Hope you're enjoying . Doves, cupids, forget-me-nots, roses etc here are conventional motifs, but it seems some luck's needed, too (the horseshoes), to win the loved one's heart—or forge a lasting bond?!
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Mimi Matthews Feb 13
My article on the Secret Love Language of Victorian Fans from this month's print issue of .
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Dickens Museum Feb 14
"I loved her against reason, against promise, against peace, against hope, against happiness, against all discouragement that could be" Great Expectations, Charles Dickens ❤
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Folger Research Feb 13
Happy ! Here is a late 17th century recipe for "shuger cakes" from our collection. Explore more of our image collection at
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A Victorian Affair Feb 12
Todays Valentine cards are mostly made for kids to trade at school, but in the era they were very serious business. "Valentine’s Day in the Victorian Era"
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Meredith Allard Feb 13
6 World War II Novels About Real-Life Women
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50 Romance Books to Read Based on Beloved Favorites via
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5 Favorite Paranormal Romance Tropes via
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Laurie Benson Feb 12
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Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies Feb 11
A Couple Trying Not To Laugh While Getting Their Portraits Done (1890s)
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BookBub Feb 12
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Superstition Review Feb 12
Some love poems for the 'love'ly week ahead of us!
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Masterpiece PBS Feb 11
Want even more ? Did you know Queen Victoria and Prince Albert first toured Scotland in 1842? For more on the real life history behind tonight's episode of visit:
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