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Dear diary, how did you become part of our literary culture?

by Moira Redmond
the Guardian
From Pamela to Bridget Jones, fictional diaries enthral us. What is it that so appeals both to writers and their readers?
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Dear diary, how did you become part of our literary culture?

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