Epistolary Fiction: A Novel Affair - National Postal Museum

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You made me cry. Thank you. I'd forgotten that The Color Purple and Dracula are "epistolaries!" I've read both. TCP movie still makes me cry. And aside from volumes of scripture, it is the only other literature my 88 year old mother can recite like she's the author. Our sister gave her the movie for Christmas the first year it was available and Mama watched it until it gave out. :) It's the only movie she ever fell in love with; when we asked what was so special about TCP, she explained how closely it mirrored the life and time she grew up in.

I think I'll give her a new The Color Purple DVD for a stocking stuffer come Christmas.

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