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Alexis Wolf

Women's Textual Production Abroad in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries: The Wilmot Coterie.

My thesis is an archival-based study of women's travel writing, translation practices, and manuscript cultures, which revolves around the literary networks of Anglo-Irish sisters Martha (1775-1873) and Katherine (1773-1824) Wilmot. The Wilmot sisters’ active period spans the course of nearly a century, enabling my thesis to discuss a wide range of Enlightenment, Romantic, and Victorian literary practices engaged in by women.

Supervisors: Dr Luisa Calè and Dr Emily Senior.