Stephanie Barron‘s latest book, Jane and the Canterbury Tale (New York: Bantam Books, 2011), is at least as good as her last one, Jane and the Madness of Lord Byron, which I wrote about in January. One of the main reasons I enjoyed the most recent one so much is that Barron, for the most part, abandoned the pretext of Jane writing about events in her journal or letters. As a result, the book flowed much better.
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