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This charming classic first published in 1970 brings together twenty years of correspondence between Helene Hanff a freelance writer living in New York City and a used book dealer in London Through the years though never meeting and separated both geographically and culturally they share a winsome sentimental friendship based on their common love for books Their relationship captured so acutely in these letters is one that will grab your heart and not let go


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    As a child I loved writing to pen pals Anywhere I went that offered a chance to sign up to be a pen pal I did with earnest None of the pen pals ended up amounting to much but it was thrilling to receive letters from them in the mail I come from a line of pen pal writers as my mother wrote to an English girl her age for her entire childhood and teenaged years It is not surprising then that I one of the first books I reviewed on goodreads was Foreign Correspondence A Pen Pal's Journey from Down Under to All Over by Geraldine Brooks where Brooks details her own experiences with pen pals one that eventually lead her to move to the United States and a career in writing It comes of less of a surprise that I would be lead to 84 Charing Cross Road a short book of correspondence by former television writer Helene Hanff A proclaimed Anglophile who wrote to employees of the Marks and Company Book Shop in London over a twenty year period Hanff published her letters in book form as a gift to future readers and letter writersHelene Hanff is enad by out of print hard to find British literature The only location close to her where she is able to obtain any just to look at is at the main branch of the New York City Public Library Yet that library is 50 blocks from her home and most of the time she is unable to bring the books she finds back to her apartment The books she can read are new and do not have a history behind them By chance Hanff's upstairs neighbors are British and they give her the name of Marks and Co Starting in 1949 Hanff begins writing to Marks' employees requesting new or slightly used second hand copies of all things British everything from Chaucer to Austen and all rare books in between While Hanff has got to pay for the air mail and shipping fees she is happy to do so as it opens a new world of books to her What started as an enquiry becomes a twenty year correspondence with employees at the shopThe main pen pal Hanff wrote to was an employee named Frank Doel In time she also wrote to his wife and neighbor as well as other employees at Marks and Company At first they referred to each other by names of ma'am and sir but gradually they grew to use familiar names Helene and Frank Engaging in intelligent conversations about books and about their lives Hanff became emotionally invested in the lives of the Marks and Company family Each year she would send the staff gifts of hard to find rationed items as meats eggs sugar and nylon stockings For this they were forever grateful going out of their way to send Hanff any book she requested even an extremely rare copy of the Complete Works of John Donne While money did not allow her to travel Hanff had an open invitation to visit London and stay as a guest of any of the shop employees What had started as a simple letter morphed into a lifelong friendshipThe correspondence that Helene Hanff engaged in seemed as a precursor to goodreads as she discussed books with otherwise strangers on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean Finding like minded readers from all over the world is one of the things I enjoy the most about goodreads so I was drawn to Hanff and her quest to obtain British literature Even though she was unable to visit London Hanff's sincere writing left me with a smile as I envisioned her thrill of opening the letters and packages that emerged from a simple correspondence With the majority of correspondence now done electronically letter writing has become a lost art Hanff's letters to Doel took me back to a simpler time and that their relationship centered on books was only an added bonus4 stars