2 Works in The Moors - Silverman
After Agatha dies, Emilie takes up letter writing again.
(Twenty-five letters written to someone who will never read them by someone who can't let go.)
EMILIE. They were very ... affectionate letters.
AGATHA. They coaxed from you a warmth. Did they not. You responded in kind. Your affection grew.
(Fifteen letters exchanged between "a man searching for a governess" and a woman who has no idea what she is getting herself into.)