Why Are So Many Romances Set in the Regency Period? (Press This! JSTOR Daily)

Romance is one of the most lucrative fiction genres, a billion-dollar industry featuring stories full of banter, courtship, and smoldering chemistry.  So how did an entire subgenre of literature spring up around a few thousand rich people who lived during the 1810s?

Source: Why Are So Many Romances Set in the Regency Period? | JSTOR Daily

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