Need online help Sense And Sensibility: A turn of the century review

A turn of the century review describes Mrs. Jennings as a character it is “equally delightful to have met on paper and not to have met in the flesh.” Why is it delightful to spend time reading about a character who would be tedious in person?

Might a character be every bit as tedious on paper as in person? Can you think of examples?

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