I have noticed that ever since I ratcheted up the frequency of my postings at this blog a few months ago, the traffic of those reading it has increased quite dramatically.
The past few days, I've gone into overdrive, as you've noticed, as I have revisited Mansfield Park in depth for the first time in over 4 years, and suddenly I see all these shadows which previously had not been perceptible to me.
In any event, I thought it would be fun to hear from those of you who seem to be reading here regularly--this is not a test, I just am curious to know what you think, why you are reading along, is it out of a shared interest in JA's kabalah, or a horrified fascination born out of literary schadenfreude? ;)
My only rule is, if you want to comment, please do so with your own real name, no more of anonymous commenters.
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