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Romantic-era writer Annabella Plumptre's career shadowed that of her probably better-known sister Anne; but after novels and translations she turned to domestic and children's literature instead of to travel and political writing.
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Shortly before 5 August 1761 AP was born, probably at Cambridge, where her father was President of Queen's College and where she was baptised on this date. She was the fourth of nine children and the third daughter. Bibliographic Citation link.  scholarly note link.
1795 AP published an "Ode to Moderation" in a periodical entitled The Cabinet, published at Norwich. Bibliographic Citation link.
Probably December 1818 AP's last publication, the only one co-authored with her sister, Tales of Wonder, of Humour, and of Sentiments, was advertised a ready for publication. Bibliographic Citation link.
18 December 1838 AP died in her late seventies at Rennes in France, having outlived her sister Anne by twenty years. Bibliographic Citation link.
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