I previously argued that McCullough was spot-on in her depiction of
subtext from Pride & Prejudice in The Independence of Mary Bennet...
....and I also believe, for what it's worth, that she was spot-on in her
depiction of subtext from Montgomery's The Blue Castle in The Ladies of
RIP Colleen McCullough, a brave and brilliant literary sleuth!
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