“An Appreciation of Winifred Letts”  Dr. David Clare, Mary Immaculate College, UL Winifred Letts was born in Salford, in what is now Greater Manchester, in 1882 to an English vicar father and an Irish mother. As a child, she greatly enjoyed the…
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@DaraD22Gothic this seems right up your street!
Actual work question, looking for 18th/19th century ghost stories that play with Time, preferably by and/or about women. Is one of you the premier expert on the topic or know where best to look?!
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D.K. Broster is out in the world! https://twitter.com/drahsturgis/status/1539699992876687360
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