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C. E. Plumptre wrote during the later nineteenth century on religious and philosophical issues. She authored five books and many periodical essays. She was especially interested in Pantheist philosophers, deliberately seeking out and championing persecuted and obscure thinkers of the past such as Giordano Bruno and Lucilio Vanini.
12 February 1848 Constance (who later wrote as C. E.) Plumptre was christened at a church called St James Norlands in St James Gardens, Notting Hill, London. Constance was just the first of her four given names. Bibliographic Citation link.  scholarly note link.
1878 CEP anonymously published the first volume in a two-volume series of philosophical thoughts: General Sketch of the History of Pantheism. Bibliographic Citation link.
December 1902 CEP's final publication, her essay "On the Neglected Centenary of Harriet Martineau", appeared in the Westminster Review. Bibliographic Citation link.
By 12 March 1929 CEP died, aged nearly eighty. Bibliographic Citation link.
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