Newsday checks in with Clare Boylan, who took a two-chapter manuscript authored by Charlotte Brontë and finished it. The result is the book Emma Brown. Laura Demanski compares it to The Crimson Petal and the White. The Guardian offers shaky kudos, pointing out that Boylan is missing Brontë’s “strange power of subjective representation.”
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