Constance Fowler

Standard Name: Fowler, Constance
Used Form: Constance Aston

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Frances Boothby
The playwright mentions in her works two relations whose families were related to each other by marriage: Lady Yate of Worcestershire and one of the group of remarkable literary siblings who were children of Gertrude...
Family and Intimate relationships Ann, Lady Fanshawe
They may have chosen to marry outside Oxford because although he was a royalist, Sir Richard did not support the reforms by which William Laud had been making the Church of England higher. Ann's...
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
Literary responses Gertrude Thimelby
Since then GT has been included in anthologies such as Betty Travitsky 's The Paradise of Women, 1989, and Female and Male Voices in Early Modern England, edited by Travitsky and Anne Lake Prescott
Literary responses Winefrid Thimelby
Arthur Clifford in the early nineteenth century published WT 's letters more or less as curiosities. Latz finds them both poetic and metaphysical.
Latz, Dorothy L., editor. “Neglected Writings by Recusant Women”. Neglected English Literature: Recusant Writings of the 16th-17th Centuries, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1997.
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Recent interest in them has been sparked by the general increase...
Publishing Frances Boothby
FB expressed her own view about the fate of her play in a poem which circulated among the highly literate Roman Catholic families of Aston and Gage: it turns up in commonplace-books of the letter-writer...
Residence Georgiana Fullerton
Until spring 1819, when she was six, the family of Georgiana Leveson-Gover (later GF ) was resident at Tixall Hall in Tixall, Staffordshire, the place of her birth. Her father had rented the Hall...
Textual Production Gertrude Thimelby
GT exchanged original poetry with one of her Jesuit brothers-in-law, Edward Thimelby , who travelled secretly in England and who hoped to translate Donne into Italian.
Latz, Dorothy L., editor. “Neglected Writings by Recusant Women”. Neglected English Literature: Recusant Writings of the 16th-17th Centuries, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1997.
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Constance Fowler 's poetry manuscript, which includes many...

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