Debbie Welham

Standard Name: Welham, Debbie


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Birth Penelope Aubin
Penelope Charleton (later Aubin) was born in London, an illegitimate child. Recent discoveries about her identity make her previously listed birth-date far from certain.
Aubin scholar Debbie Welham has been so far unable to...
Friends, Associates Penelope Aubin
Living in Hammersmith, she and her mother were close neighbours of the queen dowager, Catherine of Braganza , and of a convent and girls' school run by the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (the...
Literary responses Penelope Aubin
Critic Chris Mounsey thinks this novel too like a Haywood sex-romp for PA to wish to attach her name to it.
Mounsey, Chris. “’ . . . bring her naked from her Bed, that I may ravish her before the Dotard’s face, and then send his Soul to Hell’: Penelope Aubin, Impious Pietist, Humourist or Purveyor of Juvenile Fantasy?”. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, No. 1, pp. 55 -75.
Debbie Welham reads it as a message of encouragement in hard times.
Welham, Debbie. “The Political Afterlife of Resentment in Penelope Aubin’s The Life and Amorous Adventures of Lucinda (1721)”. Women’s Writing, No. 1, pp. 49 -63.
Textual Production Penelope Aubin
PA published another translation (which Debbie Welham recognises as her most important): The Illustrious French Lovers, with her name on the preface.
Monthly Catalogue, 1723-1730. Gregg Press.
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Welham, Debbie. “Library and Early Women’s Writing. Women Writers. Penelope Aubin (1679 –1738)”. Chawton House Library.
Textual Production Penelope Aubin
PA 's History of Genghizcan the Great, translated from the French of François Pétis de la Croix , appeared in 1722, dedicated to the Prince of Wales . Both Debbie Welham and Eighteenth-Century Collections...


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