"Buckle Up Twitter"

Listen up bitches, it's time to learn incorrect things about someone you've never heard of:

I do know this, though: anyone reading who knows anything significant about either Victorian pseudoscience or the life of Charlotte Brontë is very annoyed right now, because all this is so obvious to them, has been covered in so many workshops and seminars, torn apart and examined and understood, and here I am laying it on the table like it's news to anyone at all. The other thing I know for sure is that, if I were so inclined, I could turn all of the above into an intoxicatingly abrasive thread and briefly become a bright star in the firmament of what I like to call "Buckle Up Twitter." We all know exactly how it would go, but if you will indulge me ...

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