Editor for this issue: Dan Parker
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I'd be grateful if someone would give me any indication of the relevant bibliography (if any) available at present and regarding letter writing during the Late Modern period (only with reference to the English language) and, in particular, to the Victorian sub-period. Many thanks in advance.