This has been linked to a bit already, but what the heck.
So my question, Is e-mail really the boon to literary biographers that people appear to believe it is?
I guess what I’m asking is how many pieces of correspondence do you need before you can build a coherent picture of what was going on in a writer’s life at a certain point? And doesn’t the amount of periodical coverage that major writers are now subjected to make up somewhat for the loss of pen-and-paper letters that they are now writing less of?
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