The 84,Charing Cross Road turned to be an interesting story (I’m a third through). In 1949, the author, Helene Hannf, from New York, wrote to a bookshop in London, England and ordered books. 84, Charing Cross Road is the correspondence between Helene Hanff and the people who worked in the bookshop. Simple and seemed to be ordinary letters but lively and at time funny.
I had a correspondence once with my wife before we were married and even before we were engaged. We wrote to each other everyday for I think month. We never ran out of ideas to write about.
There was once a movie and a play entitled Love Letters.I rememberred that Jennifer Jones starred in the movie, Love Letters.
Epistolary novels written in romantic, playful, and with oftentimes sad endings. Griffin and Sabine was one of those epistolary novels. I don't remember their story anymore.
(I have to rewrite this blog since I deleted ithe original by accidentby accident.)