Perdita Project


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Family and Intimate relationships Gertrude Thimelby
GT 's youngest sister, Constance Aston (later Fowler) , was a letter-writer and a great collector of the manuscripts of her circle. Her collection (now in the Huntington Library ) is treated by the Perdita Project
Intertextuality and Influence Germaine Greer
This book continued to exert an effect into the twenty-first century: the closing conference of the Perdita Project , held in July 2005 (celebrating twenty years of this and other research endeavours in the field...
Reception Elizabeth Richardson
The recent growth of scholarly interest in early modern women's writing, especially the interest in unpublished writing which has been fostered by the Perdita Project , has resulted in several recent articles on ER ....
Textual Production Catherine Holland
In 1997 the Canonesses of St Augustine at Windesheim were said to be preparing the whole manuscript, plus its unpublished Sequel, for print. Literary historian Dorothy L. Latz is also said to have been...


31 October 1658 : Thirty-six-year-old Londoner Thomas Austen...

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31 October 1658

Thirty-six-year-old Londoner Thomas Austen died. His widow, Katherine , kept a series of manuscript books containing religious meditations, notes about her life, family records, and poems (mostly religious).


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