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Elizabeth Pipe Wolferstan, writing in the early nineteenth century, was a poet and translator whose fables, fairy tales, and narrative poems displayed her skill, charm, and range. An anonymous novel of 1796 has only recently been identified as hers.
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4 October 1763 Elizabeth Jervis (later EPW) was born in London, the eldest daughter in her family. Bibliographic Citation link.  scholarly note link.
April 1796 Six months before her marriage, Elizabeth Jervis (later EPW) published anonymously, "for the Author," Bibliographic Citation link. a novel only recently identified as hers, Agatha; or, a Narrative of Recent Events, in three volumes. Bibliographic Citation link.
1842 EPW published what appears to be her final work, Old Stories Versified, of which copies are very rare (as they are of many of her works). Bibliographic Citation link.  scholarly note link.
1845 Her editor John Goss dates EPW's death in this year. Bibliographic Citation link.  scholarly note link.
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