I've only read two of her books and believe that she had an extrodinary mind. I am doing a one person point of view reprt of her. That is when you say I, my, me in that type of writing and so far its beautifully written like I was there when those things happend. I hope you would email me.
I've read only her children's books, and this is very different. While loaded with Victorian sentimentality, it still expresses a powerful image of the elemental female spirit. The pagan Clo has to be Christianized by her sin; but, unlike most moralistic authors, Burnett allows her to get away with it! In our time, a case could have been made for self-defense, but I don't think that plea existed at the time. All in all, I liked it.
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