2018-09-06 10:43:42 UTC
One of the ways she is better than anyone else, in my opinion, at
writing period remance is she gets the language right, and almost
invented what we think of as right for Regency times. But I just came
across a what might be an error. Is pop-off Regency language or might
it be an editing error? It is in Fredericia. Mrs Dauntry is talking to
Alverstoke about bringing out her daughter early as the Queen in not
in good health and debutants get presented.
"the dear Queen's health is now so indifferent that she may pop-off at
What do you think?