The Invisible Woman by Claire Tomalin Book Review

Well worth reading this book to try to understand the complex personality of Dickens. He is older in this book (in his forties) and is restless and distant from his wife Catherine. His relationship with the much younger woman re-invigorates him. She, on the other hand, can never be acknowledged completely as his partner, but she is so admiring of him; infatuated almost, and their relationship endures right to the end of Dicken' life. 

(Joan, Museum Room Steward)
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