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Charlotte Stopes was a keen researcher who wrote extensive criticism on Shakespeare. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, she published prolifically to support her family. An active feminist, she spoke and wrote widely and effectively on women's rights. In addition to her nine monographs, she published widely in periodicals and pamphlets.
5 February 1840 Charlotte Carmichael (later CS) was born in Edinburgh, the eldest of five children. Bibliographic Citation link.
1861 Charlotte Carmichael (later CS) published Alice Errol and Other Tales in the Chambers's Library for Young People: Second Series. Bibliographic Citation link.
December 1888 CS's critical sally later known as The Bacon-Shakspere Question Answered first appeared under the briefer and less familiar title of The Bacon-Shakspere Question. Bibliographic Citation link.
6 February 1929 CS died, aged nearly ninety, at a nursing home in the aptly named Shakespeare Road, Worthing, Sussex, from bronchitis and cerebral thrombosis. Bibliographic Citation link.
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